Built into the bluffs on the Mississippi River, this 370,000-square-foot museum features a hall of human biology and a large ... More
Science Museum of Minnesota
Built into the bluffs on the Mississippi River, this 370,000-square-foot museum features a hall of human biology and a large screen, 415-seat theater that supplements the museum's exhibits of dinosaurs and fossils. Rotating exhibits on everything from holograms to the human heart keep the crowds returning. The William McKnight-3M Omnitheater screens a varying selection of films. The state's longest reptile, a 40-foot steel iguana, guards the main entrance. Museum hours change seasonally, and are adjusted based on the seasonal exhibit. Please check their website for the most current hours.
A collection of working locomotives, steamships, train depots, roundhouses, trolleys and motor coaches brings the history of local transportation alive.
The MTM has five exhibit sites in and around the Twin Cities area that are visited by more than ...
This historic home was built in 1872, and is located in Irvine Park; the house features original furniture, crystal chandeliers,
carved walnut woodwork and marble fireplaces, and costumed guides will escort visitors through the impressive Victorian home.
Rice Park, a public square since 1849, serves as an outlet for anyone who needs to relax or downtown workers
who just want to eat lunch away from their desks. Make a wish in the giant fountain that dominates ...
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