Minneapolis cultural offerings are diverse in every way. Whether taking in a show, enjoying breathtaking pieces of art or tantalizing your palate with a plethora of exotic ingredients, Minneapolis will offer an experience unlike any city you’ve been to before. Here's just a sampling of the many cultural attractions we have:

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    Internationally recognized as a leading arts venue, Walker Art Center presents contemporary visual arts and design exhibitions; dance, theater, and music performances; film screenings; and events for visitors of all ages.
  • The American Swedish Institute is a historic museum in Minneapolis founded in 1929 that offers a variety of programs designed to celebrate Swedish heritage and contemporary Nordic arts and culture.
  • The Brave New Workshop has been performing original sketch comedy and improvisation longer than any other theatre in the US! Also offering custom corporate entertainment and training, unique event spaces, and improv classes.
  • Kiku Enterprises is dedicated to offer you an array of services for your travel needs including bilingual interpreter, guide, hotel, ground transportation, setting up itinerary, and making appointments to technical and educational study. Minnesota is a leader in the industry and offers top quality products, services, technology and policy both in the public and privates sectors for a wide range of industry from farmers to universities. While you work hard, you need to spend some time enjoying Minnesota. We can create a tour itinerary according to your time availability, interests in culture, arts, sports and history or ethnic foods of all kind.
  • Midtown Global Market is an internationally-themed public market offering groceries, food and unique gifts in a diverse setting that has characterized South Minneapolis for Decades.
  • Minnesota is becoming known as Little Mogadishu, as the home of the largest Somali immigrant population in the United States. The Somali Museum of Minnesota is the your resource for learning about this fast-growing immigrant community, where you can immerse yourself in the rich cultural traditions of the Horn of Africa. Displaying a collection of over 700 cultural artifacts and contemporary art from the Somali diaspora, the Somali Museum preserves Somalia's precious cultural inheritance and serves as a unique meeting space for Minnesota's diverse cultures.
  • 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.
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