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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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Each area of art requires its own set of criteria when determining good and bad, i.e. painting, sculpture, printmaking, craft, conceptual etc. Personally I hold originality to be important in this determination. For contemporary artists that can be tough.
This is a great place to see fabulous sculptures while going for a stroll in a nice park. There is an eclectic mix of works. They are spaced out enough that one gets to enjoy each work by itself. Yet one can go thru the...More
My entire adult life I had always wanted to see the iconic “Spoonbridge and Cherry” by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. So when my husband and I vacationed in Minneapolis, we definitely had to visit the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden located across the street from...More
Art that all ages can touch, see and ponder while taking a relaxing stroll through a park. Seeing art while getting some good exercise. Don't forget to get on the Bridge to Loring Park. The Bridge itself is a sculpture of two handing holding one...More
The Sculpture Garden was a fun place to
visit and browse the wide variety of art. We walked across the bridge from Loring Park to get to the garden. After seeing the sculptures, we visited the Minneapolis Art Museum across the street. It was a...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!