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Best things to do in Minneapolis

Kunstmuseum
“Multidisciplinary contemporary art center that is a staple in Minneapolis. (Famous for the cherry and spoon) Enjoy the sculptures, painting, and other various art galleries. Exhibits change often, so there's always something new to take in. Free Thursdays and the first Saturday of every month, but it's easily with the price of admission.”
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Kunstmuseum
“I love this place! Family friendly, Great for a date night or if you just want to enjoy art on your own. ”
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Waterfall
“A good staple for something to do. Check it out for 20 mins, or spend a whole day walking the paths and checking out the restaurant. Parking is usually a little busy on peak hours.”
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Theater
“Center for theater performance, production, education, and professional training.”
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Natural Feature
“Another staple for Minnesotan's, relax on the beach, bike or walk, rent a water toy. You can spend a lot of time people watching or get your fit on. Tons of lakes near by to visit as well. ”
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Bridge
“Great walking and sightseeing downtown Minneapolis and The Mississippi River. ”
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Brauerei
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“A top notch brewery with delicious food to boot! A great outdoor space that is family friendly for little and big kids.”
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Bar
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“This is the Juicy Lucy burger capital. You'll love it, and the basket of fries is a huge bbbbbasket.”
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Gastronomiebereich
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“This is a collection of independently owned stores and restaurants all under one roof. Excellent place to find a unique international gift, please a group of people who can't agree on what kind of food they want to eat but can all sit together in the food court, or even just have a drink and people watch. This space holds frequent free, public music performances.”
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Baseball Stadium
“If you're visiting during baseball season, check out a Twins game at Target Field. One of the most eco-friendly stadiums in baseball, Target Field is located on the Green Line in Minneapolis.”
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Skulpturengarten
“One of the best sculpture gardens nationally it sits adjacent to the Walker Art Museum. You'll site iconic art pieces like the Cherry and the Spoonbridge and the awesome walking bridge spanning the freeway to the garden.”
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Musik-Location
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“One of the best places for live music in the nation - it's the Midwest's most infamous spot for top current artists. Prince was a huge fan!”
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Arthouse-Kino
“Iconic 50's not for profit movie theater. $3 seats. $2 on Tuesday and they don't gouge on treats. Real butter!”
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History Museum
“Super fun, informative, interesting building and great views of the Mississippi/ St Anthony Falls; there is an indoor farmers market here in the winter!”
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Football Stadium
“Home of the Vikings. (And Super Bowl in 2018.) Also brings in the larger concerts.”
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Themenrestaurant
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“On the Mississippi river and Marshall St NE, with an awesome outdoor patio. For groups of up to 12, you may be able to call and get same day reservations here. Make an early reservation for the patio if possible (not in the winter of course...), and request to be seated on the edge. Start the night (or morning!!!) here with dinner (BLOODIES!!!!) and drinks on the river with your group! Walk or cab along Marshall St for any number of other unique local spots to enjoy beverages and bar fare. Lots of ways to enjoy this gem. It is pretty sweet.”
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