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.
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?
Minneapolis was located here because of the mills' access to a waterfall on the Mississippi and grain-growing fields all around. Mill City has a great (and funny) film orientation to the history and the area, plus a fascinating tour of an old General Mills mill that ends in the tallest tower in the…
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.
Mill City Museum is a Minnesota Historical Society museum in Minneapolis. It opened in 2003 built in the ruins of the Washburn "A" Mill next to Mill Ruins Park on the banks of the Mississippi River.
“This is one of the coolest theaters I have been to. Great place to go and hang out, lots to do in the area.”
“A great park located in Saint Paul with access to the Falls. Go for a walk or shoot some great photos. ”
“The MIA is one of our city's crown jewels with an extensive East Asian collection. FREE admission, 10 am- 5pm daily, Thur and Fri open til 9 pm, closed Mondays. Pick up a gift at the museum shop. Agra Culture cafe offers 50% off beer and wine during weekday happy hours (2:30 -4:00).”
“Free, world-renown sculpture garden. Plus amazing art galleries, movies, shop, and more inside. ”