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Minneapolis is the perfect blend of natural beauty and urban sophistication.

No other American city has a chain of lakes, the mighty Mississippi, and 200 miles of walking, biking and cross country ski trails within the city limits-literally steps from the most vibrant arts and music scene outside NYC, the best shopping in the region, and museums among the finest in the nation. Celebrate your stay in Minneapolis with some of these fabulous, unique events. If you would like to submit your own event please visit our submit your event page or email events@minneapolis.org.

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Eggs & Drag Brunch

Sunday

30

April

Eggs & Drag brunch at the Gay 90's with $15 breakfast buffet and $10 bottomless mimosas. Seating is limited so call for reservations. (612) 333-7755

Sunday Brunch Buffet

Food & Drink

Sunday Brunch Buffet

Sunday

30

April

All you can eat for $20, Bottomless beer & mimosas $10

Question The Wall Itself

Arts & Theater

Question The Wall Itself

Sunday

30

April

Question the Wall Itself, an exhibition that examines how interior spaces are fundamental to understandings of cultural belonging and identity. On view through May 21, 2017 in the Target, Friedman, and Burnet Galleries, the… More Info

Sportsology

Arts & Theater

Sportsology

Sunday

30

April

In this brand new addition to the exhibit galleries, every field, court, track, and gym becomes a science lab! By studying the body in motion, you’ll gain a better understanding of exactly what it takes to make that basket, swing… More Info

Omnifest 2017

Arts & Theater

Omnifest 2017

Sunday

30

April

Get a front-row seat to experience larger-than-life adventures—from the immense glaciers in the Arctic to the breathtaking summit of Mount Everest and the spectacular views of the Nile, known as the “Mount Everest of Rivers.”… More Info