The American Swedish Institute is a vibrant arts cultural center and museum.
The beautiful Ames Center, formerly Burnsville Performing Arts Center, opened in January 2009 in the Heart of the City.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is the nation's largest professional live dinner theatre with three stages under one roof.
Cheers Pablo is an arts and entertainment business that creates a highly social environment where individuals of all artistic levels can participate in group painting classes
Dakota City Heritage Village is a 1900-era village and museum dedicated to connecting people of all ages to the rural past.
Presenting both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures, the Guthrie illuminates the common humanity connecting Minnesota to the peoples of the world.
Built in the early 1820s, Historic Fort Snelling is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, and much more!
Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
The MIA inspires wonder with extraordinary exhibitions and one of the finest wide-ranging art collections in the country. From Monet to Matisse, Asian to African, 40,000-year-old artifacts to world-famous masterpieces, the MIA links the past to the present and enables global conversations.