If you are short on time when you are in Minneapolis use this guide to see the best Minneapolis places to visit.

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Day one in Minneapolis: morning

Start your holiday trip from a Minneapolis Walker Art Centre. It is the one of the finest contemporary art museums in whole United States. Here you will find glass and steel asymmetrical buildings assume to be an artwork.

Across the street you will find the Minneapolis Sculpture and there you will explore 20th-century artworks and horticulture plantings.

The most famous sculptures in this park would be a Spoon bridge and Cherry sculpture which suits Minneapolis landmark.

You should start from: Walker Art Centre

Nearest bus stops: Lyndale Avenue South at Vineland Place

Day one in Minneapolis: afternoon

Use the city bus to drive to Boom Island Park, that is located north side of the Mississippi River and Minneapolis. Park is crossed with walking paths and will be ideal place for video or photo photograph the city’s skyline.

You are free to try out the Minneapolis Queen a paddlewheel riverboat that transports visitors along the Mississippi to the St. Anthony Falls and Minnesota’s historic Riverfront District. Riverfront District had a wonderful history as it was a home of the world’s largest flour mills district.

You should start from Minneapolis Queen Paddlewheeler

Nearest bus stops: Second Street Northeast at Eighth Avenue Northeast

Day one in Minneapolis: Evening

Evenins is the time you should relax and have a dinner time. Minneapolis’ Riverfront District’s restaurant

Will provide you all you need to find place for a perfect dinner.

Historical brick houses will provide you an atmosphere that you won’t forget. All restaurants, bars are with a brick storefront, it may be a sushi bar, fine vine dinning venues or even a restaurant.

There you will be able to watch a sunset in Minneapolis, feel cool wind from the Mississippi River below.

You should start from: Riverfront District.

Nearest bus stops: Second Street Northeast at Eighth Avenue Northeast.

Day Two in Minneapolis: morning

As yesterday you met closely with Minneapolis, now you should take a look for a shopping list in hand at America’s most impressive venue — The Mall of America.

There you can find more than 520 outlets from different countries and different manufacturers. Souvenirs or spots to gift-shops will be all around.

As soon you will find any small gift for your friend for family you should relocate to the Underwater Adventures Aquarium and Nickelodeon Universe, here you can find mini golf and many movie theatres.

It is largest indoor amusement park.

You should start from: Mall of America

Nearest bus stops: Mall of America

Day Two in Minneapolis: afternoon

Heading from the Mall of America to the Mill City Museum via light-rail, it will lead to the ruins of the world’s largest flour mill. All history of Minneapolis Mill City are explained in displays.

You should start from: Mill City Museum 

Nearest light-rail station: Downtown East/ Metrodome 

Day Two in Minneapolis: Evening

For a good remember of travel to Minneapolis end of your trip should be on a short to the city’s Warehouse District. That place once was an industrial area and now it is transformed into buss hub place.

There you will find comedy clubs, chic cafe shops, theatres to nightspots. This is a place where Minneapolis comes to relax and have a relaxed time.

Snacks of different countries kitchen will provide you with a fun and remember able memories of visit to Minneapolis.

You should start from:: Warehouse District

Nearest light-rail station: Warehouse District/ Hennepin Ave