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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
All reviews gift shop former church exhibits change nesting dolls mission style free tea free parking across the street rotating exhibits current exhibit the lower level permanent collection on display south minneapolis perfect size great exhibits entrance fee special exhibit
I have to agree with another review, check to see what the exhibits are before going. My wife thought of this more as the Walker most was recent (1950 and after) and not what she would consider art. The porcelains (most done around and after...More
The Museum of Russian Art is a treasure. It was originally a mission-style church; the conversion to museum space is special. Their exhibitions rotate but are always well curated and interesting. It is a small museum (no coffee shop but a gift shop) so you...More
I have seen several exhibits at the TMORA and always enjoy it. The renovation of the building is an excellent compliment to whatever is on display and enhances the experience. Reasonable price to get in; not huge; great place to bring guests ... lots of...More
We expected to see some of the "masterpieces" of Russian art. Instead we saw "Inside the Beehive" which could have had the same impact if only three items had been on display. The building is gorgeous, but the exhibits were blah. Perhaps we visited at...More
I had high expectations for my first visit to this museum, based on rave reviews from family members who had seen recent faberge and historical icons exhibits here. I was very disappointed with the two main exhibits during my late December visit. Artistic beauty and...More
This is a pleasant little museum in a very nice (former church) building. They have a nice collection, though limited display space (since it's a small museum). They often have great shows displaying the work of fantastic Russian artists like Fechin. The museum shop is...More
Contemporary art is “hit or miss” for me because some of what people call “art” doesn’t move me, or is downright weird. Just my opinion. I decided to check out this museum and take advantage of my NARM membership (no admission fee) and see what...More
Have been meaning to visit here for years, when we come from out of town occasionally. It’s a first class place with wonderful art. We particularly enjoyed the lovely porcelain pieces, that became pure propaganda after 1917. Gift shop is huge and also full of...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!