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Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Category: Arts

2400 3rd Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55407


Map of Minneapolis Institute of Arts and recommended places nearby
1. Walker Art Center
2. Intermedia Arts of Minnesota
3. Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
4. Art Institute of Minnesota
5. Foshay Tower Museum
6. Hennepin Center for the Arts
7. Northland Native American Products Gallery
8. State Theatre
9. Target Center
10. Uptown Art Fair
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Minneapolis Institute of Arts - Reviews from across the web

A true Midwestern gem - user review
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is a medium-sized art museum (though probably large for a city Minneapoliss size or even a metro area the size of the Twin Cities) that you co...

Fantastic art museum - user review
Great museum, highly recommended. Admission is free (donation is suggested), and you get to see hundreds of fantastic pieces of artwork from many different...

i dont like it becaus there was nothing to do in it when i went there and i dont like art. - user review
it is boring and i dont like art so this place was quite boring at the time i visited it. Also all the rt in...

MIA -- A Must See for Minneapolis! - user review
I went there several years ago with my parents and we loved it. Since then, I've taken several friends. In my opinion, it's the best place in Minneapolis! In addition to having great...

No title - user review
I had a great time at the MIA. The displays are great (very informative) and I really liked the period rooms. It was not far from the highway and was pretty easy to find. It was well w...

very nice - user review
Although I was more impressed with Chicagos Art Museum, this is also fantastic. Any person that is interested in art will find value and perspective in visiting the Minneapolis...

Excellent Academic Atmosphere - user review
I really enjoyed the size of the building as-well-as the diversity in the exhibits. There are three floors full of unique exhibits. I really enjoyed the second floor where I was abl...

The Best Things in Life are Free - user review
This is one of the best places to visit in the Twin Cities. Unlike other art museums across the US, the MIA is always free to visit. Of course there are special exhibits going...

Masterpieces from every age and... - expert review
Masterpieces from every age and culture. Collection of more than 80,000 objects covers American and European painting, sculpture, decorative arts; period rooms, prints and drawings, te...

Very interesting - user review
We really enjoy this museum. Weve taken both self guided tours and guided tours. Either way if you love art and history youll love the Minneapolis In...

Super awesome & Free / Good for kids! - user review
Wow - I went here not knowing what to expect & I was delighted. I wanted to take my 7 year old to an art museum & researched ones in Mnpls. AAA said I should visit the Walker art center b...

Beautiful Medium Size Museum - user review
A real gem with quite a broad and extensive permanent collection and interesting special exhibits. You wont be able to see it all in a day, but if you concentrate your tim...

Got Culture? - user review
What has your family been missing? Take the kids and make a day of it , theyll love it! We brought our three children ages 10, 7, and 3. It was a great exp...

best well rounded Art museum - user review
The exhibits are very diverse and well displayed. I have visited the Art Institute many times, and I find that the exhibits are never stagnant. Because of the museums diversit...

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