Minneapolis Institute of Art

Come and see more than 80,000 works of paintings, sculpture and photography. A spectacular world class art museum. Free admission!

Business Hour

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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User Comments

Xinyi Zhang 2017-02-01

A very cool place for those who love classical art from all around the world! The atmosphere is really, really good. I felt myself travelling to Asian when walking in Asian art galleries.
W Lee Domenick 2016-12-17

The Martin Luther and the Reformation exhibition was an awesome experience. Worth the time and money to see this well presented. One negative note, I visited the Agra Culture eatery and got the Curry Butternut Squash Soup. When I asked what was in the curry (needing to know because I am highly allergic to cinnamon), I was told there was no cinnamon used. As I sat down and brought it to my mouth, I indeed smelled cinnamon. I took it back to the server that presented it to me and asked again about cinnamon being used. He said there was no cinnamon in the soup. Then he stated flippantly that they used curry powder in the soup. Then he informed me that he really did not know what was in the soup. I then informed him that curry (most Indian curry) does indeed have cinnamon in it. He did not seem concerned about it at all. I would highly suggest that those serving the food, know what is and is not in the food. If so much effort is expended to make sure that no GMO's are present and organic food is used, then perhaps those that serve need to know what is in the food being served. I could have had an allergic reaction had I eaten the soup.
Stephanie Lenogue 2016-12-14

WAY TOO BIG! Amazing exhibitions, though. But plan on needing 4 days to enjoy them all. The one on Jane Austen is pretty cool, but the part on Activism is still my favorite one.

The Mia is a world-class museum woven into the historic fabric of the Twin Cities. Its private collection compares to any place in the world and the curators are trusted to select and care for priceless artworks on loan from other institutions and private collections around the globe. The Mia is also family friendly, offering programs and special events for all ages. Amenities include a courtyard, gift shop, Cafe, and parking ramps.