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Minneapolis Institute of Art

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Minneapolis Institute of Art

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LyndaMN wrote a review Apr 2021
Apple Valley, MN585 contributions245 helpful votes
This was our first time visiting and it was beyond our expectations! A beautiful building and some fantastic art. It is organized well. We will be back!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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TheVacationingAiyars wrote a review Apr 2021
22 contributions9 helpful votes
I was not prepared for the vastness of the collection under that roof, considering it is practically free, if you don't take into account the fact that it is hard to have such an amazing experience and not leave a "donation" when you are exiting the building. Anyway, the quality and quantity of the collection far outweighs common donation amounts. A typical entry fee they would charge at any other similar establishment, (aside from the Smithsonians in Washington D.C.) would be much more than what people typically would donate. The variety of art media in the collection was also very impressive and had a good time range, considering the museum is free. If it was not free, well, then a bit more of time range would be expected in some sections. All in all, if you have any affection for art, you can spend 2-3 hours easily immersed in the experience once you walk in the front door.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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KaNesha B wrote a review Apr 2021
16 contributions8 helpful votes
I have been here so many times. I even take my younger cousins. I have spend hours here. One of my husband's favorite Museums, mine too.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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4globetrotters4 wrote a review Mar 2021
Boca Raton, Florida84 contributions28 helpful votes
We checked the listing on Tripadvisor before we traveled over an hour to the museum. Their hours have changed to Thursday through Sunday. However, the administration didn’t bother to change their hours on any social media including Tripadvisor Google yelp etc. there’s absolutely no excuse for this. It literally would take someone five minutes to update their profile. Very shameful behavior from the number one tourist destination in the city.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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ransom007 wrote a review Mar 2021
Anaheim, California1079 contributions283 helpful votes
There is a gated parking garage for the museum which was free for my visit. Admission to the museum is also free (there is a donation box with a suggested donation of $10 which I think is reasonable for this exceptional museum). The museum is on 3 floors (the first floor is primarily admission, dining, and the gift shop) and has dozens of galleries including paintings and sculptures from the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. There is modern art and classical art. I cannot think of an art museum I have visited that is any better than this one.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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