10 Thigns to Do in Minneapolis 

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Minneapolis Skyway System - The Skyway System in Downtown Minneapolis is a set of enclosed walkways that connect various shops, hotels, restaurants.

Walker Art Center - The Walker Art Center began when in 1879 a businessman with the largest art collection in the country opened his art to the public for free viewing.

Minnehaha Regional Park - Minnehaha Regional Park is known for its waterfall, Minnehaha Falls. Enjoy a walk along the park's trails while catching a glimpse of the falls.

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory - The Como Park Zoo is filled with exotic and domestic animals like gorillas, tigers, and flamingos.

Mall of America - The largest Mall of America, and one of the most famous things to do in Minneapolis.

First Avenue & 7th Street Entry - Open since 1970, First Avenue is the longest running live music venue that operates independently.

Mill City Museum - The museum is a National Historic Landmark where you can learn about the history of the flour industry.

Stone Arch Bridge - Designated a National Civic Engineering Landmark, the Stone Arch Bridge is a historic beauty that was built in 1883.

Minneapolis Institute of Art - The Minneapolis Institute of Art is one of the largest art museums in the United States.

Weisman Art Museum - The Weisman Art Museum contains more than 25,000 pieces of art, including Native American Mimbres pottery and traditional Korean furniture.

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