Spring Arts and Culture Itinerary in Minneapolis

Morning: If you want a day full of culture, you might as well wake up surrounded IN history. Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot stands as a living, breathing monument to a fantastic era of rail travel, as the hotel is renovated from the historic Milwaukee Road Depot. What other hotel can you say you’d have fun just walking around in?


Mid-Morning: Don't worry about transporation. Take the Metro Transit Green Line to downtown Saint Paul. Get off at the Downtown East Station or Snelling Station to arrive just a few blocks away from the Science Museum of Minnesota.


Lunch: Hop off the Green Line and into the lunch line. St. Paul Grill features an award-winning classic bar and grill with a beautiful view of Rice Park. 


Afternoon: Get ready to enjoy learning in a way you've never experienced before! At the Science Museum of Minnesota, science that shapes our daily lives comes to life through hands-on exhiits, larger-than-life Omnitheater films, an a world-class collection of fossils and artifacts. Be sure to check out their Space: Out-of-Gravity Experience while you're there!


Evening: Make your way back downtown Minneapolis and begin to unwind. After a day of high-class history, you’ve got to end your adventure at the crème-de-la-crème of steak and sushi at the trendy Seven Sushi Ultralounge and Skybar. With more than 30 different sushi rolls to choose from, Seven provides endless, delicious and unique options for every sushi lover. Not into sushi? No worries! Seven also has an array of scrumptious steaks, fish, soups, salads and appetizers. On a warm, clear night head up to the roof and enjoy food an drinks in Seven’s Skybar. 


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