Mill City Museum

★★★★★
  • 704 S 2nd St

    Minneapolis, MN 55401

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  • 612-341-7555

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Tues-Wed and Fri-Sat 10am-5pm; Thurs 10am-9pm; Sun noon-5pm

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On our tour of museums since the library started their free museum passes, we have visited the Mill City Museum most recently.

It is built within the ruins of a Historic Landmark and explores the birth of Minneapolis. It includes an 8 story flour tower and lots of fun hands on exibits teaching a main industry of Minnesota. They also have an impressive outdoor courtyard that hosts live music and other programs, a gift shop & a cafe. Located in the rebuilt riverfront area of Minneapolis.

A great way to spend a day!

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On our tour of museums since the library started their free museum passes, we have visited the Mill City Museum most recently.

It is built within the ruins of a Historic Landmark and explores the birth of Minneapolis. It includes an 8 story flour tower and lots of fun hands on exibits teaching a main industry of Minnesota. They also have an impressive outdoor courtyard that hosts live music and other programs, a gift shop & a cafe. Located in the rebuilt riverfront area of Minneapolis.

A great way to spend a day!

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Suprisingly enough, this was a really cool museum. My kids have asked to go back. We all had a lot of fun learning about the flour industry and there were so many hands on learning activities. The big elevator that you ride up and down was one of my kids favorites as well as learning about the big fire.

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Suprisingly enough, this was a really cool museum. My kids have asked to go back. We all had a lot of fun learning about the flour industry and there were so many hands on learning activities. The big elevator that you ride up and down was one of my kids favorites as well as learning about the big fire.

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This place is a great place to take the kids. They will have a great time. Especially the history buffs. The staff is awesome. Greeted with smiles. Very knowledgable. Hands on projests for the kids and parents. The history is amazing. You'll be glad you came in for the tour. Tickets are 10 dollars, and kids ( ithink) 5 and under are free. Great time.

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This place is a great place to take the kids. They will have a great time. Especially the history buffs. The staff is awesome. Greeted with smiles. Very knowledgable. Hands on projests for the kids and parents. The history is amazing. You'll be glad you came in for the tour. Tickets are 10 dollars, and kids ( ithink) 5 and under are free. Great time.

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This history museum is definitely that everyone should see. It lets you go back in history and see some great artifacts as well as being in an old Washburn A mill. This was great!

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This history museum is definitely that everyone should see. It lets you go back in history and see some great artifacts as well as being in an old Washburn A mill. This was great!

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An attraction for all ages, Mill City Museum chronicles the flour milling industry that fueled the growth of Minneapolis. The museumis built in the ruins of the Washburn A Mill, a landmark. Be prepared to wander through the eight-story Flour Tower and hands-on exhibits for a multi-sensory, interactive journey about the story of flour milling and its impact on Minneapolis, the nation and the world. Tickets are under $10, kids under 5 are free. Making cookies will be an enriched experience after a visit here!

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An attraction for all ages, Mill City Museum chronicles the flour milling industry that fueled the growth of Minneapolis. The museumis built in the ruins of the Washburn A Mill, a landmark. Be prepared to wander through the eight-story Flour Tower and hands-on exhibits for a multi-sensory, interactive journey about the story of flour milling and its impact on Minneapolis, the nation and the world. Tickets are under $10, kids under 5 are free. Making cookies will be an enriched experience after a visit here!

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