The Twin Cities’ tallest building, this soaring blue 1972 masterpiece is where all the skyways converge. The lobby is called the Crystal Court for its eight-story canopy of Plexiglas pyramids.Located Read more [...]
Built in 1902, this turn-of-the-century building was formerly a federal court house, post office and the site of the famous 1920s “gangster trials.” Sporting a clock tower, turrets and other Read more [...]
This historic landmark features the largest glass-domed botanical garden in the region, with flowering plants displayed and identified for visitors. Free admission, donations suggested: $3 adults, $2 children.
The Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board manages more than 195 park properties, including the Chain of Lakes, 55 miles of Grand Rounds walking and biking paths, golf courses, 49 recreation Read more [...]
Located in an 11-acre park next to the Walker Art Center, featuring 20th century sculpture by many artists including the iconic piece by Coosje van Bruggen, “Spoonbridge and Cherry.” Free Read more [...]
Minnehaha Parkway is a 5-mile strip of green space with a multi-use trail that begins at Lake Harriet, connects with Minnehaha Creek and winds across south Minneapolis to Minnehaha Park Read more [...]
More than 1,100 acres of wetlands, woods, prairies and gardens. A main building contains a gift shop, conservatory, library and tea room. Tours available. Admission: $15 adults, ages 15 and Read more [...]