Mill City Museum
Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
If you're curious about what made Minneapolis, this is a family-friendly, interactive museum that has a ton to offer.
This National Historic Landmark has an entertaining museum for both adults & kids. The museum store has something for history buffs, cooking connoisseurs, and everyone in between. Explore the Mississippi river front, dine at Bushel & Peck, and check out the observation deck for some of the best…
Overlooking the historic Central Mississippi Regional Park, Mill City Museum is a monument to wheat farming and milling as the economic engine spurring Minneapolis' development in the 1800`s.
Great place to take a tour and learn about the deep history of the river and the mills.
History of the flour industry told through interactive exhibits in the rebuilt ruins of an old mill. Did you know that Minneapolis was once the biggest flour producer in the world?
“You can go in during open hours in street clothes to see the yellow room and walk out on the endless bridge - best view of Minneapolis over the Mississippi & it’s free! Pro tip - walk across the Stone Arch Bridge on your way. ”
“A unique sight to see in an urban setting - a beautiful waterfall in Minnehaha Park overlooking the Mississippi River. It's a 5-minute drive or 30-minute walk. ”
“MIA is a world-renowned museum, free to the public, and full of beauty from 5,000 BC to present day. Their Asian art collection is especially impressive. ”
“Plenty to see both inside the art museum and out in the sculpture garden. Mini golf course, when weather permits.”