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  • 1.

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    3000 E Calhoun Pky

    Connected by a channel to the Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun is the largest of the five lakes comprising Minneapolis Chain of Lakes . The lake ...

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    2400 3rd Ave S

    The Minneapolis Institute of Arts boasts an impressive selection of Impressionist paintings. Originally constructed in 1915, the Institute has been amazing ...

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    725 Vineland Pl

    In close proximity to the Walker Art Center sits what many consider one of the boldest and most unique displays of art in the country, if not the entire world. Inaugurated in 1988, the Minneapolis ...

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    701 1st Ave N

    This joint rules the Twin City music scene. As a converted bus depot, the large two-story room offers excellent acoustics and sight lines. If live music is on the agenda, get there early ...

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    333 E River Rd

    Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum's mostly 20th-century collection contains the world's largest assemblage of works by Marsden Hartley and Alfred Maurer, as well as paintings and ...

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    6th Ave SE & Main St SE

    In 1680, a Belgian friar named Father Louis Hennepin discovered a thunderous 32-foot torrent of cascading water that he named St. Anthony Falls. This scenic waterfall was ...

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    4801 Park Dr

    This is one of the spectacular urban delights of south Minneapolis. Winding its way from the south shore of Lake Harriet , Minnehaha Creek cuts a 5-mile path along 50th Street on its way to ...

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    225 3rd Ave S

    When the last train left the Milwaukee Road Depot in 1970, a monstrous structure occupying multiple city blocks was left behind. Seemingly doomed to meet the wrecking ball, the National ...

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    88 N 17th St

    This grand beaux-arts church was the nation's first basilica, taking 20 years to complete. Built during the tenure of Archbishop John Ireland, the enormous white marble ...

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    701 1st Ave N

    This joint rules the Twin City music scene. As a converted bus depot, the large two-story room offers excellent acoustics and sight lines. If live music is on the agenda, get there early ...