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The Museum of Russian Art is the only museum in North America devoted to preserving and presenting all forms of Russian art and artifacts. Housed in a beautifully renovated historic building, the Museum’s multi-level galleries provide a tranquil and...more
Unfortunately there was only 1 exhibit downstairs and all by 1 artist. Tours suspended until exhibits are re-opened. I would have liked to see it all. :/
They only charged $5 b/c the small offerings. I liked a few of the artist's pieces. I am...More
We went here on a Sunday with friends to see a special exhibition of Russian icons. When we got there, we only had a couple of minutes to wait for a free tour of the museum.
The tour started upstairs with the permanent collection. The...More
The museum concentrates on Russian artists, or those from former Soviet countries. We were there on a Sunday, and the artist on display on the 2nd floor was on site, and we got to say hello to him, while observing his artwork. Well worth the...More
We were searching for the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway Drive & saw - The Museum of Russian Art. Parking was across the street shared with a local church. Seniors prices $8 each & it was 11 AM. A local docent narrated an excellent one hour...More
The Museum of Russian Art is indeed a rare treat as you will rarely find similar museums in other US cities. The exhibits rotate so go as often as you can. We have been several times and enjoyed the art and decorative arts displayed. The...More
If you are looking for a small museum to visit in Minneapolis, the Russian Art Museum is a good bet. Rotating exhibits are small enough to devour in an hour and don't miss the lower level which usually has a different exhibit from the main...More
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There wasn't in the museum and it's literally next to the highway. The other streets around it were residential. But, I'm sure you could find a few places to eat within a mile or two. Lots of little neighborhood places. Hope... More
There wasn't in the museum and it's literally next to the highway. The other streets around it were residential. But, I'm sure you could find a few places to eat within a mile or two. Lots of little neighborhood places. Hope that helps!