Minneapolis Institute of Art
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The Minneapolis Institute of Art is an internationally recognized institution. From Greek sculpture to Warhol, silver vessels to van Gogh, we've got it all.
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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.
This museum is FREE and is considered the people's museum. Not only is it huge and could take you a day to fully explore, it is a intriguing journey into the mid American art with special rotating exhibits. GO see this!
Lots of cool art collections, plus general admission is FREE! Worth a visit just for the gorgeous building and columned entrance.
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).
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