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Visiting Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

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The Twin Cities, 'Minneapolis,' invites you to visit its appealing sculpture Park which offers countless activities to play and explore. Featuring the beautiful puppets, sculptures, art gallery, vast lawn, and excellent cafes and restaurants; the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden magnetizes everyone's imagination.

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Explore Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Explore Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Spoon Bridge and Cherry

Spoon Bridge and Cherry

Made with stainless steel, aluminium, and bright paints; the 'Spoon Bridge and Cherry' reflects a different image of imagination to everyone. Some of the viewers visualize it as a giant ice cream cone while others think it as an enormous bag of French fries or a huge electric plug! It is the most impressive and iconic structure of the Minneapolis Garden. With a height of more than fifty feet and cherry at its top, this sculpture is the landmark of the park.

Other structures

Other structures

Apart from iconic structure 'Spoon Bridge and Cherry,' the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden features several other fascinating puppets and portraits. Sculpted by Kinji Akagawa, the 'Garden Seating, Reading, Thinking' exhibits a bench with a green basalt based on a shiny South Dakotan granite. It depicts the elegant simplicity of Japanese aesthetics. Its unique and creative design invites visitors to rest, read and reflect. Some other sculptures displayed in the park are Octopus by Alexander Calder, X by Liz Larner, Martin Puryear's Gog and Magog and many more with the spectacular look.

Walker Art Center

Walker Art Center

Located adjacent to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the Walker Art Center features contemporary and modern art. The art center opened in the year 1927 including a theater, exhibition galleries, shops, restaurants and auditorium for hosting special events and ceremonies. It exhibits more than fifteen thousand art pieces of the modern and contemporary era which includes media works, sculptures, painting, prints, books, photography, drawings, and costumes. It welcomes its visitors between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm for all the days except Monday.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Book the tickets for the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden through this website and get fantastic offers and best new deals. Just click on the link provided in the site and reserve your entrance in advance. You can also purchase the tickets from the counter located at the main gate of the park.

How To Get Around?

Explore the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden on foot. It is also accessible to disabled through wheelchairs.

What Should I Wear?

Take the apparels of high comfort. But, of course, being stylish is essential too! Carry dresses of natural shades. For women, elegant, bright color top with pants and capris will look fantabulous. Men can wear jeans and trousers matching with polo t-shirts and collared shirts. Closed toe shoes, classic flat, sneakers, and sandals are good for footwear. Winter days are warm and sunny, but the nights are often chilly and cold. Do remember to pack plenty of warm wears and thermals in your luggage. Dark color overcoats look fabulous with light shaded bottoms. You can also wear boots with them as it will add glamour to your look. Moreover, you can include sunglasses, scarf, floppy hat, and a sling bag for carrying essentials.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Facts

Best Time to Visit

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden opens from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. It closes its door till 9:00 pm on Thursdays and 6:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Do not make a plan to visit on Mondays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, Independence Day and Memorial Day as it remains closed. Moreover, June to August are best months to explore the natural surroundings of the park with pleasant climatic conditions.

Currency

United States Dollars.

Will I Need a Guide?

No. This website provides enough information that you will require for this tour. It is the best guide you can have.

How To Get There?

There are multiple modes in the city to get around. Buses, subways, taxis, cabs, and light rail are available on every tourist destination spot. The Light Rails are much economical than taxis and cabs. For a quick and comfortable trip, prefer to travel in metros and subways. Metros of line 4, 6, 12 and 25 will directly take you to the sculpture garden. You can also hire self-driven vehicles for leisure tour. Rental cars are readily available in the city. However, nearby attractions are best to explore on foot. Easily accessible for everyone, Minneapolis offers several means to get there. You can directly fly to Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport. It is a hub of several global and domestic airlines. Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is situated nine miles away from the airport. Hire or rent a vehicle, and it will drop you to the doorstep of the garden within fifteen minutes. Amtrak and North star Line serves the city with multiple of trains. It is considered the most convenient mode to travel from neighboring towns. You can also reach Minneapolis by bus. Hawthorne Transportation Center is the central bus station which welcomes the buses of lines Jefferson and Greyhound. Target Field Station is the nearest bus stop for the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.

Additional Info

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden provides free admission to children who are below five years of age. Visitors need to have security check at the entrance. An adult must accompany children below ten years of age. It is forbidden to consume food and beverages. Do not bring large bags or luggage to the park. You can keep them at the baggage counter. Stay away from sculptures and displays. Be careful and avoid touching them. Be aware of pickpockets and take care of your valuables and belongings. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock the money in one place.