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Lyn-Lake Street Art Walking Tour

LynLake Brewery 2934 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

Street art and graffiti has become more common and visible throughout the Twin Cities in the past two years. Public art projects such as the LynLake Street Art Series and the George Floyd Global Memorial have brought more visibility to street art [...]

$10 – $14

A Raucous Ramble Around Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls 4740 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN

The lost history of Minnehaha Falls includes dance halls, secret saloons, wild behavior, lawsuits and whiskey. Join historian Karen Cooper for a 1 mile walk as she tours the places in Minnehaha Park where all this mayhem occurred a hundred years ago. [...]

$10 – $14

A Raucous Ramble Around Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls 4740 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, MN

The lost history of Minnehaha Falls includes dance halls, secret saloons, wild behavior, lawsuits and whiskey. Join historian Karen Cooper for a 1 mile walk as she tours the places in Minnehaha Park where all this mayhem occurred a hundred years ago. [...]

$10 – $14

Cake Walk: Edina’s Journey from Settlement to Suburb

Utley Park 4521 W 50th St, Edina

This walking tour explores the city’s growth from flour millers to “cake eaters,” how one of the first planned suburban neighborhoods in the United States helped transition an agricultural settlement to a community synonymous with wealth. We’ll discuss the racial and economic [...]

$10 – $14

Lyn-Lake Street Art Walking Tour

LynLake Brewery 2934 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

Street art and graffiti has become more common and visible throughout the Twin Cities in the past two years. Public art projects such as the LynLake Street Art Series and the George Floyd Global Memorial have brought more visibility to street art [...]

$10 – $14

SOLD OUT – Washburn Fair Oaks Walking Tour

Hennepin History Museum 2303 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

Join us to tour HHM’s beautiful neighborhood, which was once Minneapolis’ most prominent Victorian community. We’ll discuss the influential Minneapolis business titans who lived here such as the Morrisons, Washburns, and Pillsburys, their incredible mansions, and how the neighborhood has evolved from [...]

$12 – $14

Murder and Monsters: The Story of Harry Hayward and Other Victorian Horrors

Hennepin History Museum 2303 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

What made a monster in the late 19th century? What did people believe or fear? And what is the connection between Harry Hayward and Dracula? Hear about the “Minneapolis Svengali” Harry Hayward and see artifacts directly related to the city's first [...]

$50

Murder and Monsters: The Story of Harry Hayward and Other Victorian Horrors

Hennepin History Museum 2303 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

What made a monster in the late 19th century? What did people believe or fear? And what is the connection between Harry Hayward and Dracula? Hear about the “Minneapolis Svengali” Harry Hayward and see artifacts directly related to the city's first [...]

$50

Give to the Max Day 2022

Online

Everyone should have access to local history to have the opportunity to learn about their community. That is why admission to Hennepin History Museum is now free, thanks to members and donors like you! Join GiveMN to help raise dollars for [...]

Southside Stories: Our North Star Journey

St. Peter’s AME Church 401 E 41st St, Minneapolis, MN

Greg McMoore—a 4th generation descendent of the James Wallace family—will share the story of how enslaved people on a Virginia plantation became lifelong residents of south Minneapolis, and he will lead conversations with elders about this vibrant community.

Free
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