The Museum of Russian Art
The Museum of Russian Art, a nonprofit museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, is the only major institution in North America devoted entirely to Russian art and culture from the entire scope of Russia's history
Amazing space, great collections, very friendly and super nice gift shop!
The only major institution in North America devoted to Russian art and culture through all Russian history.
The Museum of Russian Art is the only one of its kind in North America. Through ever changing exhibits and fresh arts and performance events, they will introduce you to the Russia you don’t know. Stop by. Be surprised.
“THE place to go in Minneapolis for sustainably-sourced sushi and authentic Japanese hot dogs. The menu is varied and interesting, with all kinds of soups, noodles, and super fresh sashimi. ”
“This museum puts Minnesota's Scandinavian influences on display in the historic Turnblad Mansion, which is located a mile northeast of The Cedar House, along Park Street's "Golden Mile" of turn-of-the-century mansions. The Institute offers historic displays, music, contemporary Scandinavian art, and Nordic culture. At the Institute's Fika cafe, enjoy a delicious Nordic-inspired lunch. Fika's Bloody Swede is an extraordinary salty, fruity, flavorful (not spicy - they're swedes!) concoction, built with Minnesota-made Skaalvenn aquavit and beet brine, along with the more familiar bloody mary seasonings. ”
“this is right around the corner, literally. it has the best fried chicken in town, and in my opinion their cheeseburger is even better.”
“Great coffee and pastries (especially the gluten free pumpkin donuts!) A quick walk. Outdoor seating. ”