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World renowned. Its architectural wonders, the Amber Box and the Endless Bridge are a must-see, even if you don’t attend a play. Enter freely and ask directions or follow signs. Several good restaurants very nearby. I love the tuna poke at Sea Change. guthrietheater.org
🎭 Theater presenting classic and contemporary productions on three different stages.
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.
Come and see a show! The Christmas Carol is a favorite, but there are plays all year long. There are restaurants inside the theater and plenty to see and do in the neighborhood before and after a show. I recommend touring the theater and checking out the "endless bridge" inside.
This is one of the coolest theaters I have been to. Great place to go and hang out, lots to do in the area.
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