Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
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One of the largest and most celebrated sculpture gardens in the country, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is free and open to the public.
The Heart of Minneapolis Since opening in 1988, the Garden has welcomed millions of visitors, showcasing works from the Walker Art Center’s renowned collections of modern and contemporary art in the setting of an urban park. The Garden is a partnership between the Walker and the Minneapolis Park &…
With 11 lanscaped acres showcasing more than 40 local artworks, this destination unites two locally cherished resources: parks and culture. Website: www.minneapolisparks.org/sculpture_garden Address: 726 Vineland Pl. Minneapolis, MN 55403
Outdoor Sculpture Garden. Take a picture by the famous "cherry spoon" in Minneapolis.
The sculpture garden is free and open year-round. It's a nice, relaxed walk with great photo opportunities and skyline views.
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“Plenty to see both inside the art museum and out in the sculpture garden. Mini golf course, when weather permits.”
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“One of Minneapolis's loveliest spots! Connected to miles of trails along Minnehaha Creek, plenty of picnic spots, pedal carriages, and more. ”
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“You can go in during open hours in street clothes to see the yellow room and walk out on the endless bridge - best view of Minneapolis over the Mississippi & it’s free! Pro tip - walk across the Stone Arch Bridge on your way. ”
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“You’re just 4 blocks east of the northern edge of the lake. Kenwood Park across the street. Lake has walking, running, and bike trails, access to cross country skiing, dog park, and connection to Minneapolis chain of 4 lakes.”
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