Mill City Museum explains the importance of the flour milling industry and gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the ... More
Mill City Museum
Mill City Museum explains the importance of the flour milling industry and gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the history of flour production in Minneapolis. The museum has recently become a member of the Minnesota Historical Society and has won many awards.
What a facinating place! Who knew you could spend a day learning about the milling in this area. Great views of the river from the top floor and don't miss the Flour Tower tour. The old commercials in the main hall are really funny and Kevin Kling's "History of Minneapolis in 19 Minutes Flat" is a hoot!
Don't miss the Mill City Museum!
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Mill Ruins Park opened its doors to the public in 2001. Visitors can learn about the city's flour production and
water power run industry here. Once you're done with your history lesson for the day, take a walk on ...