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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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Having grown up in Minnesota and attended college here in the Cities, I had never been to the Sculpture Garden until early fall this year. My boyfriend and I were looking for something to do around the cities one weekday afternoon and decided on the...More
The sculpture garden embodies an incredible array of whimsical modern art that is guaranteed to make all but the most cynical people smile with appreciation. The cherry and spoon have become an iconic symbol of downtown Minneapolis and the addition of the bright blue rooster...More
Let's be clear, I'm not a fan of contemporary art. At all. That being said the sculptures at the sculpture garden still managed to capture my imagination and interest. Obviously the Cherry & The Spoon are a must see as they're one of the symbols...More
Disappointed. Not many sculptures. Nothing spectacular. Seems like the grounds were a little unkept. It was misting rain so we didn’t get out and walk around, but you could see the sculptures from the car.
Of course the iconic Minneapolis sculpture of Spoonbridge and Cherry and the Blue Rooster are here. Always seem to bring our out of town guests here. Right by the Walker Art Museum and across from the Basilica. Nice walking park. Have not been there since...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!