Minneapolis has been called “one of the ten best places to visit in the United States” by the Wall Street Journal. It is the third largest theatre market in the United States and has is second to only New York for live theatre per capita. Has the Walker Art Center which is one of the five largest museums in the United States. Features the finest park system and highest rate of volunteerism (40%) in the nation. Minneapolis is known for its world class cuisine, year round activities in sun and snow and active lifestyle.
One of the “Twins” in the Twin Cities Minneapolis is part of the 16th largest metropolitan areas in the United States and largest city in the state with a population of about 415,000. City includes a beautiful system of lakes, the Mississippi River and water falls.
If interested in sports the city has been home to Final four, Super Bowl and WNBA championships and features the Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Twins, and the Lynx.
Minneapolis is known to provide that “quality of life” that so many promise and so few can deliver.
Walker Art Center – A world-class multidisciplinary contemporary art center and home to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
Guthrie Theater – Is a center for theater performance, production, education and professional training.
Minneapolis Art Institute – Is a fine art museum located in the Whittier neighborhood on a campus that covers almost 8 acres.
Mill City Farmer’s Market– Is a year-round farmers market dedicated to providing healthy, local food.
Midtown Global Market – Is an internationally-themed public market with great food, cultural experiences and unique gifts.
US Bank Stadium – Is an enclosed stadium built on the former site of Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. Home of the Vikings & hosted events.
Children’s Theater – Is the #1 children’s theater in the nation. For 50 years, CTC has created extraordinary theatre experiences that educate, challenge, and inspire young people and their communities.
Target Field – Is home to ballpark of the Minnesota Twins.
Lake Calhoun – Is the largest lake in Minneapolis and is popular for many outdoor activities.
Lake Harriet – Offers a variety of lakeside activities and summer concerts at the band shell.
Mill Ruins Park – Combines an exploration of the history of Minneapolis with present day activities for all ages.
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(all data current as of 5/21/2018)
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