Both in the cities of southeast cliffs, and the communities of the western plains of Minnesota, will find a wide variety of cultures. Museums and interpretive centers celebrate local history, as the lives of Native Americans, immigrant settlement, the military outposts and natural wonders. Among the most popular attractions is the Museum Laura Ingalls Wilder (Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum) in the town of Walnut Grove.
The Maritime Museum of Minnesota (Minnesota Marine Art Museum) in the city of Winona, IronWorld Discovery Centre (IronWorld Discover Center) near the town of Chisholm, Judy Garland Museum (Judy Garland Museum) in the city of Grand Rapids, Glensheen Mansion (Glensheen Mansion) in the city of Duluth, exposure of runes in the city of Alexandria and Heritage-Hjemkomst Interpretive Center (Heritage-Hjemkomst Interpretive Center) from the city of Moorhead.
In the Twin Cities, enjoy history, art, sculpture, design and other visual arts exceptional facilities designed by leading contemporary architects like Frank Gehry, Cesar Pelli, Herzog and de Meuron, Michael Graves and Philip Johnson . Historic structures presents the works of Cass Gilbert, Frank Lloyd Wright and Eero Saarinen. Museums and interpretive centers for exploring all cultures and ages, offering a glimpse into the past and look to the future. Enjoy the Minneapolis skyline as you stroll through the sculpture garden’s largest country.
The Mississippi riverfront sites offer dynamic views while enjoying the arts and sciences, from the Minnesota Science Museum (Science Museum of Minnesota) in the city of St. Paul, to the new Guthrie Theater complex (Guthrie Theater) Falls on St. Anthony (St. Anthony Falls) in Minneapolis. Plays, musicals, concerts, ballets and other artistic expressions are presented in glowing rooms, storage and intimate spaces restored in music halls on the banks of the lake, public parks, rose gardens and arenas in the metropolitan area and the rest of the state.Number of View :5034
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