Minneapolis Minnesota | Guthrie Theater

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hey it's a tiny cappuccino cup came as – espresso what is up guys today we are talking about Minneapolis Minnesota probably the coldest place I have personally ever been here's a list I put together of some great places to visit let's get started what was that first up we got the Mall of America Mall of America is massive there is a full-functioning theme park inside yes a full-functioning theme park it is called Nickelodeon Universe when I got there it was closed but just looking at it looks super dope aside from the entire theme park inside of this mall the mall America is really it's just got like your normal mall type things just like way more of them there's so many stores inside next we have the American Swedish Institute this is a really cool museum with a bunch of art a bunch of Swedish stuff like this giant egg outside there's also the Swan Turnblad mansion which is a mansion completed in 1910 I think the ticket entry was around 14 bucks you can complete the entire tour of this thing in like an hour but it's super dope don't count it out go – this thing is really cool next up we have the stone arch bridge which is a really cool bridge that crosses over the Mississippi River if you are looking for some really good picture spots like I was I'm gonna throw a few at you right now the Guthrie Theater is really cool super artsy theater there's this outside area that you could walk to and it's got an incredible view of the Mississippi River the Basilica of st. Mary is a super old church that is really beautiful you also have the Mill City Museum which has got lots of cool stuff to take pictures by and also on the list believe it or not City Hall is a really cool place to take pictures keep in mind my visit was during a snowstorm so your experience might be way different than mine was just depending on the time of year that you visit but one of my favorite places that I visited was Lake Calhoun or what I think was recently renamed Buda macca sky park not even sure if that's pronounced right so I'm sure there are more things to do there in the summer than in the winter but it was my favorite spot just because it was so beautiful going back into downtown we have Foshay Tower you can pay eight bucks and go all the way to the top to the observatory deck and get a really cool view of the city a really cool and really random place to visit is the sculpture garden you've probably seen this picture of like the giant spoon and the cherry and all that stuff but there's so much more to this place there's the replica of the loved sign from love park in Philadelphia this super cool bridge and not to mention this giant blue rooster which was super dope so because of the snowstorm unfortunately I lost basically an entire day of traveling and exploring so this last place I actually didn't get to visit but it definitely still makes my list it is Minnehaha Falls mini haha Falls is a really cool waterfall in Minnehaha Regional Park my next visit to Minnesota that's definitely the first place I'm gonna go to so those are my favorite spots to visit in Minneapolis I hope this helps you plan your trip like and subscribe and go somewhere and travel also yes get the get this get these your they're amazing okay let's see it

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Guided tour through Minneapolis, Minnesota

– Mall of America
– American Sweedish Institute
– Stone Arch Bridge
– Guthrie Theatre
– Basilica of St. Mary
– Mill City Museum
– City Hall
– Lake Calhoun (Bde Make Ska Park)
– Foshay Tower
– Sculpture Garden
– Minnehaha Falls

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Places to see in ( Minneapolis – USA )

Places to see in ( Minneapolis - USA )
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Places to see in ( Minneapolis – USA )

Minneapolis is a major city in Minnesota that forms “Twin Cities” with the neighboring state capital of St. Paul. Bisected by the Mississippi River, it’s known for its parks and lakes. Minneapolis is also home to many cultural landmarks like the Walker Art Center, a contemporary art museum, and the adjacent Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, famed for Claes Oldenburg’s “Spoonbridge and Cherry” sculpture.

Minneapolis is the biggest and artiest town on the prairie, with all the trimmings of progressive prosperity – swank art museums, rowdy rock clubs, organic and ethnic eateries and edgy theaters. It’s always happenin’, even in winter. And here’s the bonus: folks are attitude-free and the embodiment of ‘Minnesota Nice.’ Count how many times they tell you to ‘Have a great day,’ come rain or shine or snow.

Districts of Minneapolis :

The central business district, major sports and theater venues, the city’s main clubbing area in the Warehouse District, Loring Park, Elliot Park, and the historic mill ruins along the Mississippi.

West Bank, Seward, Midtown, Nokomis, Longfellow, and Minnehaha Park

Uptown, Lyn-Lake, Linden Hills, Eat Street, and the Chain of Lakes

Near North, Camden, Bryn Mawr and Theodore Wirth Park.

The birthplace of Minneapolis in Old Saint Anthony, old victorian houses on Nicollet Island, and further north the old working class enclaves of Northeast that are now home to a growing artist community.

Dinkytown, Prospect Park, Como, and the University of Minnesota

Towering glass skyscrapers, stunning blue lakes and rivers, tree canopied city streets, premier shopping, state of the art cuisine and entertainment, and a modern transportation network and infrastructure characterize this rapidly growing city and justify its identity as the upper midwest’s premier (if not only) metropolis.

Minneapolis was destined to be a center of commerce due to its location at the Falls of St. Anthony, which was named by the French explorer Fr. Louis Hennepin in 1680. St. Anthony Falls is by far the largest source of water power on the Mississippi River. The falls were harnessed to power lumber mills in the 1840s and later for flour milling. By 1870, Minneapolis on the west bank and St. Anthony on the east bank formed the largest flour producing center in the world. In 1872, Minneapolis absorbed its older neighbor. Most of the old St Anthony township is now known as Northeast Minneapolis. A small part of the old township comprises most of the current suburb of St. Anthony

A lot to see in Minneapolis such as :

Minnehaha Park
Walker Art Center
Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Mill City Museum
Bde Maka Ska
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Lake Harriet
Nickelodeon Universe
Saint Anthony Falls
Stone Arch Bridge
Guthrie Theater
Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum
Mississippi National River and Recreation Area
Lake of the Isles
Fort Snelling State Park
SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium
Uptown, Minneapolis
Minneapolis Park and Recreation
Minnehaha Creek
Hyland Hills Ski Area
National Wildlife Refuge, Bloomington Education And Visitor Center
Lake Minnetonka
Theodore Wirth Regional Park
Nicollet Mall
Theodore Wirth Parkway
Loring Park
Lake Nokomis
Spoonbridge and Cherry
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
American Swedish Institute
Edinborough Park
FlyOver America
Downtown West
The Museum of Russian Art
Hidden Falls Regional Park
Mill Ruins Park
Centennial Lakes Park
Basilica of Saint Mary
Boom Island Park
University (neighborhood), Minneapolis
Cedar Lake
Silverwood Park
Crayola Experience, Mall of America
The Loppet Foundation
Nicollet Island
Wabun Picnic Area
Lyndale Park Rose Garden
Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden
Gold Medal Park

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