Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

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725 Vineland Pl (at Hennepin Ave)
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 375-7600
Mon–Sun: 6:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Go to Minneapolis. Take a picture of the giant cherry on a spoon! Do not drive off road whilst viewing.
  • Free guided tours May-August, and family tours for kids 5+ with an adult. See the famous Cherry sculupture and Spoonbridge. They boast 11 acres of gardens and sculptures. Free admission.
  • Read the sayings on all 28 of the granite benches of Jenny Holzer's "Selections from the Living Series" exhibit.
  • A must see, the place is known for the giant cherry on the spoon but there's a lot of really great art to see! P.s. The indoor area is closed early and never open on Mondays!
  • Ask yourself artsy questions like: Instead of a cherry and a spoon, what if it was a fork? or a spork? or chopsticks?
  • A fun place to walk around!
  • Closed until June 2017
  • Don't climb the sculptures!
  • This is an iconic sculpture, so if you haven't been here yet I don't know what you are waiting for. Park in the ramp across the street for only $4.
  • The spoonbridge is awesome.
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  • Go see the famous Minneapolis spoon and cherry.
  • Look at the glass fish and palm treez
  • The best spot for a picnic in mpls.
  • Wander around and pretend you're in a maze. Enjoy the view of the Spoon and Cherry, and put your hands on the giant grooved rock. Whatever you do, don't forget a camera, and don't forget a friend.
  • Bathrooms are in the conservatory, along with a 2 story tall glass carp by architect/designer Frank Gehry. And don't miss the Alexander Calder pieces.
  • Incredible sculptures
  • Beautiful! Take a walk along the gardens
  • Not to miss if youre in the Walker Museum area.
  • Beautiful walking and thought provoking sculptures