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The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is closed for renovation, and will reopen in June 2017. One of the crown jewels of the city’s park system, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden unites two of Minnesota’s most cherished resources—its greenspace and its...more
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We enjoyed the sculpture garden. I can see how it would be really nice in the summer, we still enjoyed it in the winter. The spoon and cherry was super cool and we also like the big blue rooster. The main sidewalks were cleared and...More
A plethora of sculptures pique curiosity and interest - very different than it was even a few years ago with a new layout and new sculptures. The Spoonbridge and Cherry are still a favorite centerpiece - wonderful view of downtown!
It is a very nice place to take a relaxing stroll through the garden and enjoy the artwork. As someone who loves to take cool pictures, I really enjoyed capturing the reflection of spoon artwork on the little pond. I visited during late fall and...More
Every time we visit Minneapolis we come to this park. It is eye appealing, fun, relaxing, excellent for pictures and most of all, unique. We live the giant spoon and pond. Highly recommended.
Great place for groups, family or just a stroll on your own.
Once you are done taking in the great modern art in the Modern art museum you can wander across the street to enjoy all of the significant art in the sculpture garden. Aside from the beautiful grounds, you can see downtown from the park, enjoy...More
If there is an iconic image that represents Minneapolis to the world it is Claes Oldenburg's Spoonbridge and Cherry. The sculpture is in fact a fountain and has it's own little pond. It takes center stage in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
But the garden has...More
I'd recommend the 6, as it's a high frequency line! The stop would be Vineland. The stop is pretty easy to see coming as it's the first stop outside of downtown. If it isn't too cold though, I'd recommend walking down... More
I'd recommend the 6, as it's a high frequency line! The stop would be Vineland. The stop is pretty easy to see coming as it's the first stop outside of downtown. If it isn't too cold though, I'd recommend walking down Nicollet, taking the Loring Greenway (right by Brit's Pub) walking through Loring Park, taking the bridge across the highway and it drops you off right at the garden. It sounds like a lot but it's only like a half/three quarter of a mile walk!