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The American Indian Cultural Corridor on Franklin Avenue: An adventure to explore.

Rich in American Indian history, Franklin Avenue has restaurants, galleries and gift shops that feature Native American history, coffee shops and even a neighborhood bakery. 

Franklin Avenue, the hub of The American Indian Cultural Corridor, is just minutes from downtown Minneapolis. Here, you will find the unique flavor of our Native heritage with: galleries housing some of the finest Native American art, a Native American art gift shop where you can buy exquisite turquoise jewelry, wild rice and much more, coffee shops, an award winning restaurant serving breakfast and lunch. And an artisan bakery with fine breads and desserts.

The American Indian Cultural Corridor on Franklin Avenue is a must see for visitors and Minnesotans alike. With easy access by light rail, bus, cab, car, bike or even by foot, there is no reason to miss these remarkable attractions just a stone's throw from downtown.

EAT & DRINK


Best Steak House
612-879-0882
1914 Chicago Ave South

Cairo Grill
612-870-6200
1922 Chicago Ave South

Franklin Street Bakery
612-871-3109
1020 East Franklin Ave

Great Dragon Chinese
612-879-9910
1916 Chicago Ave South

Hot Topics Coffee Shop
1007 East Franklin Ave

Maria's Cafe
612-870-9842
1113 East Franklin Ave

Subway
612-874-1562
1924 Chicago Ave South

Wolves Den
612-871-6373
1201 East Franklin Ave

ATTRACTIONS


American Indian Center

American Swedish Institute

Ancient Traders Gallery

Cedar Ave Field

East Phillips Park

Franklin ArtWorks

Peavey Park

Phillips Community Center

Village Market

 

CONTACT


Northland Visions
1113 East Franklin avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404
612.872.0390
northlandvisions.com