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Doesn’t matter what your passion—music, theater, art, food or all of the above—you’ll find MSP a great place to pursue it. Discover why critics frequently pick Minneapolis-St. Paul to be on their “best of” lists.
Recently renovated concert hall and home of the Grammy Award-winning Minnesota Orchestra, called by The New Yorker “the greatest orchestra in the world.”
The stage that helped launch the careers of Prince, The Replacements and Soul Asylum. A key reason Songkick ranked MSP as one of the Top 10 Cities for Live Music.
Walker Art Center
One of the five most visited modern/contemporary art museums in the US. Next to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and MSP icon “Spoonbridge and Cherry.”
MSP is second only to NYC in the number of theater seats sold per capita. The Guthrie takes center stage in its stunning new Jean Nouvel-designed building.
From Matisse to Monet, Asian to African, ancient to modern, the Minneapolis Institute of Art features one of the finest wide-ranging art collections in the country.
Over 50 restaurants, delis and markets, including, Vietnamese, Chinese, Mexican, German, Caribbean, Greek, Thai—and donuts!
Saveur calls Minneapolis “America’s next great food city” and cited three restaurants here as reasons why.
The longest stretch of Victorian mansions in the US. F.Scott Fitzgerald grew up here. Minnesota’s governor lives here.
Minnesota State Capitol
The 1905 Renaissance Revival masterpiece by Cass Gilbert is topped by the second-largest self-supported marble dome in the world.
Minnesota History Center
Live through the 1965 Fridley tornado, fly in a C-47 warplane during D-Day and much more in this family-friendly, “hands-on” museum.