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Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis

Categories: Gardens, Landmarks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web
With more than 40 different works of art on display from the celebrated Walker Art Center's collection, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is an ideal stop for both art enthusiasts and those who just want to enjoy the local park system. The 4.5 ha (11 acre) garden offers a glimpse of several artistic styles portrayed in sculptures by some of the city's most famous artists. Be sure to visit the giant Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture that has become a beloved landmark of the city. You also can visit the property's Cowles Conservatory and the Alene Grossman Memorial Arbor and Flower Garden. A visit to Minneapolis Sculpture Garden represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Minneapolis trip generator to plot your vacation.
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  • Big spoon with cherry was removed for construction, so were the other sculptures. Better come next year after it's all done 
  • Nice park to walk through and enjoy the river. The area has new development and has easy access to downtown and the bridge 
  • The Sculpture Park offers a good variety of works by mostly modern artists. Located near downtown, it is easy to reach by private or public transportation. The openness of the whole park offers visito...  read more »
  • One of the best parts of the city. Impossible to miss, just look for the giant spoon and cherry.
  • Many interesting sculpture including the iconic "Spoon" located next to the Walker Art Center. At night, the bridge makes for a nice spot for long exposure photography!
  • Awesome place for a leisurely stroll with friends or family.
  • Beautiful garden ... Great spot to relax while in Minnesota ... Tourists and locals alike seem to find solace here
  • It's definitely a staple of Minneapolis. The sculpture garden is currently undergoing a renovation, so most of the sculptures are actually currently removed. The renovation will take some time. The Cherry in the Spoon is still there though.
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