Living here I'd never been to this museum and was curious about it. Spent a couple hours there this weekend and was pleasantly surprised. There were people of all ages enjoying the exhibits. It explains about the how the city of Minneapolis ended up where it is and covered the history of the flour mills. It took a somewhat dry and to some possibly a boring topic and made it come alive and was very interested. The Betty Crocker Kitchen exhibit, the water room, the story teller, and the movie were all excellent and I was favorably impressed. Even small children were drawn in by the people working the exhibits. Worth a visit.
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