A tour of Minneapolis
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A tour of Minneapolis

“Spoonbridge and Cherry” at the sculpture garden in Walker Art Center.

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A tour of Minneapolis

The St. Paul Bouncing Team launched one of its members in the air in downtown St. Paul during the King Boreas Grande Day Parade.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Mary Tyler Moore Statue on Nicollet Mall. 

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A tour of Minneapolis

St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Palace.

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A tour of Minneapolis

The James J.Hill House is a mansion located on Summit Avenue built by the founder of the Great Northern Railway. Tours are available.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Minnehaha Falls at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis.

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A tour of Minneapolis

The Minnesota History Center will host the exhibit “1968,” capturing the pop culture and violence that defined the era. These artifacts from everyday life are among the displays.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Megan Mathis blows bubbles with her son, Coleman, 20 months, at the Minnesota Children’s Museum.

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George Buss, dressed as President Abraham Lincoln, passes a statue of the Jolly Green Giant at the Minnesota History Center.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Hannah Schulte, left, and Hannah Nygard skate at the Rice Park Ice Skating Rink.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Aerial shot of U.S. Bank Stadium.

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A tour of Minneapolis

A display at Paisley Park is dedicated to Prince’s performance at the Super Bowl XLI halftime show in 2007.

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The entrance to the Walker Art Center.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Paisley Park is Prince’s former home and recording studio in suburban Minneapolis. It is open for tours.

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A tour of Minneapolis

The Walker Art Center’s restaurant Esker Grove has a wall of windows affording a view of the sculpture garden.

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Panorama of the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda in St. Paul. 

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The Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota.

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Minneapolis is seen from across the Mississippi River.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Jill Seifert-Thiel, of Minneapolis, took a selfie with her new Science Museum of Minnesota brontosaurus hoodie made famous by the Netflix hit “Stranger Things.”

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Signage for the Super Bowl is seen in the skyways near Nicollet Mall crossing 7th Street downtown.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Zipline enthusiasts including politicians, celebrities and media, cross the Mississippi River in Minneapolis Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, as the 10-day Bold North theme festival got underway, one of many events leading up to the Super Bowl.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Mill City Museum.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Walker Art Center’s “Hahn/Cock” rooster in the snow.

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A tour of Minneapolis

Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river and the city of Minneapolis.

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