Arts | Entertainment

World-class museums. Breathtaking architecture. More theater seats per capita than any U.S. city outside New York. Minneapolis has become a premier destination for arts lovers.

Take in a show at the Guthrie Theater, one of the city's Tony Award-winning theaters. Discover new worlds at the The Science Museum of Minnesota. Take in the arias of Rossini at the Minnesota Opera. Or visit the Walker Art Center, hailed by Newsweek as "possibly the best contemporary art museum in the country."

Minneapolis is your ticket to groundbreaking art, architecture and performing arts.

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  • You probably did not know you were into 'fiber art' until visiting this gallery/shop/library/all-around gem, writes the Minneapolis Star Tribune. A national center for fiber art, Textile Center features four galleries, a shop containing artisan handmade gifts, a textile library and classes. Encompassing weaving, quilting, knitting, sewing, dyeing, felting, needlework, lacemaking, basketry, and beading. Free admission.
  • The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts is the Twin Cities' newest arts center and the flagship for dance in Minnesota. Centrally located in downtown Minneapolis, The Cowles Center fills the need for a place that is a catalyst for the creation, presentation, education, enjoyment and celebration of dance and the performing arts in the Twin Cities.
  • The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) is a member-supported nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and presentation of all forms of Russian art and artifacts.
  • Prohibition themed retaurant, sports bar event space located in the historic Lumber Exchange Building. Features 24ft HD screen, state of the art sound groups up to 700. Ask about our party bus!
  • Minneapolis' oldest theatre performs comedies and dramas, weekends year-round on its unique arena stage in the West Bank Theatre District.
  • Twin Cities In Motion is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promoting healthy lifestyles through running events and community outreach since 1982. Our goal is simple--to inspire millions of miles and create billions of smiles among runners, friends, families and communities we reach.
  • The Twin Cities Pride Celebration includes a festival, parade along Hennepin Avenue, boat cruise, picnic, block party and much more with 400,000 plus attendees.
  • The Weisman Art Museum is an elegant gallery space used for receptions, dinners, special events, lectures or conferences.
  • The Zombie Pub Crawl will take place at the bars along First Avenue North between 6th Street and 3rd Street in the Warehouse District of Minneapolis. There will be two outdoor stages, in the Gluek's parking lot and the Fine Line parking lot. Enter on First Avenue near the Target Center, or 4th Street near Pizza Luce. Doors are at 4pm. As always, the world's largest pub crawl will be oozing with bands, DJs, drink specials, and thousands upon thousands of fiendish hell-spawned zombies craving brains, booze, and the year's craziest party.


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