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Why is Minnesota such a hotbed for art? Our populace supports a dozen large art, cultural, science, and historical museums alongside smaller galleries and museums, four large ballet, dance, and folkdance companies, as well as filmmakers groups and numerous theater companies.
Through arts and culture, you will learn, grow, exchange, mingle and have fun! While you explore the city by nature, you'll find Scandinavian modesty and Midwesterner hospitality. The collaborative and welcoming community thrives in it's curiousities. As our local artists draw their creativity from each other and the lakes and rivers of Minnesota, you will be inspired to challenge your own artistry. Partake in a hands-on art activity, where you will make your own souvenir! Take a guided tour of some of the most amazing museums. The world renown architecture of the museums will win your heart, wait until you get inside!
If any of the following attractions interest you, just contact us with your travel dates and we will be happy to create an itinerary to meet your desires. We can't list them all, so if you have a specific interest, let us know and we will accomodate your wants. Our service provides smooth planning from events and activities, to dinner and shopping.
Museums: We can't name them ALL, there's too many! Here are a few of the most popular museums: Minneapolis Institute of Arts (www.new.artsmia.org), Walker Art Center (www.walkerart.org), Mill City Museum (www.millcitymuseum.org), Science Museum of Minnesota (www.smm.org), Minnesota History Center (www.minnesotahistorycenter.org).
Theaters: The Guthrie Theater (www.guthrie.com), Hennepin Theatre Trust (www.hennepintheatretrust.org), The Cowles Center (www.thecowlescenter.org), The Brave New Workshop (www.bravenewworkshop.com).
Glass Blowing (www.mnglassart.org): Feel the heat and excitement of creating your own original piece of glass blown art. Experts will guide you through each step of the process.
Painting (www.wineandcanvas.com): Join Wine and Canvas to paint the town Red, Purple, Blue and Orange! Skilled artists lead the group to create paintings worth hanging in your home.
Woodcarving (www.asimn.org): The American Swedish Institute offers an array of classes, such as woodcarving, origami, and quilting.
Pottery (www.northernclaycenter.org): Delight in world-class exhibitions by contemporary artists, as well as historical and architectural ceramics; classes and workshops for children and adults at all skill levels. And the gallery is amazing!
Beer Brewing (www.vinepark.com): The multitude of pub brews with culinary pairings will delight your taste buds. Choose to brew your own beer, go on a brewery tour, or spend the night visiting the local pubs enjoying craft beer.
Cooking (www.kitchenwindow.com or www.cooksofcrocushill): Culinary rejuvenation! Are you hungry for Sushi, Asian, Mexican, Italian, or Scandinavian cuisine? A wide variety of options are waiting for you. Share a laugh with others over wine and cooking.
Gardening (www.bachmans.com): Bachman's is known as the White House's favorite for providing annual poinsettias in the Oval Room. Encounter special species of plants, found only in Minnesota.
Little House on the Prairie (www.walnutgrove.org or www.lauraingallswilderhome.org): Visit the sites of the famous literary novel and TV drama. Get to know the culture of the late 1800s reflected in today's modern world. We are experts at bringing you to Laura's prairie world.