STONE ARCH BRIDGE
100 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55401 Directions
Group Tours, Collection, Bike Riding, Dining Options, Exhibitions, Historical Buildings, Author and Educational Programs, Flour Mills, Research, Shop, Anthony Falls & Heritage Trail
Stone Arch Bridge is an ancient stone bridge at Saint Anthony Falls in downtown Minneapolis. It is made of native granite and calcareous and has a length of 2100 feet by 28 feet long. The bridge contains 23 arches, spanning the river. It provides a panoramic view of st Anthony falls and is regarded as a landmark in national civil engineering. The Stone Arch Bridge Festival takes place in June and offers more than 250 artists and musicians. The bridge is one of the best places to enjoy St. Anthony Falls's view. It is a 2,100-foot long tower, built-in 100,000 tons of granite and twenty-three arches constructed of calcareous.
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821-37 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55402 Directions
Events, Observation Deck, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Tower & Monument
Foshay Tower is one of the most popular buildings in The Twin Cities. For 48 years, the tower was the Midwest's tallest structure. Visit the museum to discover the fascinating story behind this unusual skyscraper and its maker of eccentric. The town from the Outdoor Observation Deck's 31st floor. The 32-story tower with a slowly tilting pyramidal obelisk roof started to climb 447 feet above the street level, standing on a two-story foundation. It affords free entry Children 3 and under.
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MINNEAPOLIS CITY HALL
350 South 5th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55415 Directions
Government and Municipal Building, Architectural Buildings, Statues & Historical Places
Minneapolis City Hall is a landmark site surrounded by stained glass windows and Italian marble cut out. It includes a spectacular vestibule, majestic rotunda, and balcony on the 1st floor, which gives an impressive view of your event. Courthouse provides a convenient venue for your NCAA game, reception, company dinner, award ceremony, conference, lecture, and particular function. The Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and various interior design styles, the building has a beauty and grandeur in modern construction. Visitors from the mezzanine will enjoy bird's-eye views. Wheelchair accessible.