Effective January 19, customers of any space of public accommodation where food and/or drink is sold for on-site consumption are required to show proof of a completed vaccination series or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours. Booster shots are not required. Children under the age of 5 are exempted from this regulation. This regulation goes into effect for ticketed events on January 26.
Minneapolis is compact and easy to get around, no matter what mode of transportation you choose.
If you're looking for transportation services to cater exclusively to your group's needs, consult our Transportation Guide to find the right business for you. This guide will provide you with a list of group-specific transportation companies, a brief description of each company and complete contact information.
Metro Transit operates one of the largest public transportation systems in the country. Riding public transit is a convenient and inexpensive way to get around. Fares range from $1.75 to $3.00, depending on time of day. If you're already downtown and need to hop a ride a few blocks, the fare is just 50¢ in the Downtown Zone. Look for buses marked “Free Ride” and pay no fare when boarding along Nicollet Mall or at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Hail a cab
Cab services are available anywhere in the metro area. Catch a taxi at the Minneapolis Convention Center and any hotel, or call ahead for service.
Catch the train
Zoom around town on the Blue Line Light-rail transit (LRT) connects downtown Minneapolis with the airport and Mall of America and 18 other stations. Or take the Green Line from Target Field in Minneapolis to Union Depot in Saint Paul.
Experience the history, culture and energy of Minneapolis by traveling on foot. Built around several lakes and the Mississippi River, Minneapolis's urban cityscape surrounds a lush green park system providing the ideal landscape for walking.