The skyway system in downtown Minneapolis is a set of enclosed walkway that connects various shops, hotels, restaurants and more.
Walker Art Center began when a businessman who had the largest art collection in the country opened up a part of his home for the public to view his art for free in 1879.
Minnehaha Regional Park is famous for its waterfall, Minnehaha Falls. Enjoy a stroll along the park’s trails while catching a glimpse of the falls.
Como Park Zoo is full of exotic and domestic animals alike, like gorillas, tigers, monkeys, bison and flamingos.
The Mall of America is the largest mall in America, and one of the most famous things to do in Minneapolis.
Open since 1970, First Avenue is the longest-running live music venue that’s independently operated.
Mill City Museum is a National Historic Landmark where you can learn about the history of the flour industry.
Named a National Civic Engineering Landmark, Stone Arch Bridge is a historical beauty that was built in 1883.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art is one of the largest art museums in the United States.
The Weisman Art Museum contains over 25,000 pieces of art, including Native American Mimbres pottery, Asian art and traditional Korean furniture.