The American Swedish Institute is a vibrant museum, cultural center, and historic mansion located just south of downtown Minneapolis.
Located in Burnsville’s popular Heart of the City, this beautiful and versatile facility hosts a wide range of national touring and local concerts, theatre performances, comedy shows and more.
Cheers Pablo is an arts and entertainment business that creates a highly social environment where individuals of all artistic levels can participate in group painting classes.
Dakota City Heritage Village is a 1900-era village and museum dedicated to connecting people of all ages to the rural past.
Built in the early 1820s, Historic Fort Snelling is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, and much more.
Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is where visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
Families learn and play together while they enjoy creative, interactive exhibits and programs.
The Minnesota Historical Society is chief caretaker of Minnesota's story and the History Center is home to the Society's vast historical collections.
The Science Museum of Minnesota is the most popular museum in the Upper Midwest. Featuring dinosaurs, hands-on exhibits, and the Omnitheater.