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7 Can't-Miss Experiences at Mill City Museum

Ranked among the top 10 historical museums in the country by USA Today, Mill City Museum offers a captivating blend of raw power, intriguing history, expansive views, and interactive experiences. This architectural landmark rises eight stories within the ruins of the Washburn A Mill, once the largest flour mill in the world. Nestled on the riverfront, Mill City Museum delves into Minneapolis’ heritage, showcasing its 50-year reign as the world's flour milling hub. Let’s explore the 7 experiences you can’t miss on your visit to Mill City Museum.

A group of kids sit on steps in the Flour Tower at Mill City Museum.

1. Flour Tower Elevator Show:

Two children and a man play with a water table display in the Water Lab at Mill City Museum.

2. Water & Baking Labs:

A father holds young child in his arms while looking out at the Minneapolis skyline from the observation deck at Mill City Museum.

3. Rooftop Observation Deck:

A performance occurs in the Ruin Courtyard at night with an audience watching.

4. Ruin Courtyard:

A tour guide leads a group along the Stone Arch Bridge outside of Mill City Museum

5. Tours:

6. Special Exhibits:

Fresh produce is displayed on a table at the Mill City Farmers Market.

7. Mill City Farmers Market:

Bonus Experience at Nearby Mill Ruins Park:

A woman points at an image on a board with a child standing beside her at mill City Museum.
Mill City Museum


Mill City Museum

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