American Swedish Institute

Contact Information


  • $10 adults, $7 ages 62+, $5 ages 6-18. Free for children under six and ASI members. Free parking.


More Information

Other Date Information

  • Museum open 12pm-5pm Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays; 12pm-8pm Wednesdays; 10am-5pm Saturdays. FIKA open 8:30am-5pm Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays; 8:30am-8pm Wednesdays, 11am-5pm Sundays; Closed Mondays

Green Practices

  • Desc of Green Practices in Place: Minnesota's first LEED Gold Certified Museum! Features include 2 green roofs, 2 bee hives and 96 geothermal wells.
  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
  • Water Conservation/Wastewater Mgmt Plan
  • Energy Efficiency/Conservation
  • Eco-Friendly Landscape/Facility Design
  • Eco-Friendly Purchasing Practices
  • Organic or Local Food & Beverage Choices

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more
  • Scandinavian Heritage

Find Nearby

Find Results



{{resultsText}}: {{resultCount}}

  1. {{r._source.type_fields.region_name}}


    {{}}, {{r._source.database_fields.state}} {{r._source.database_fields.postalcode}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone1}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone2}}

    {{r._source.database_fields.searchtext || r._source.database_fields.printabledescription}}

  2. No Results

    There are no nearby attractions, accommodations, restaurants, or events. Try increasing the distance of your search.


  1. Gudrun Sjödén – A Colorful Universe

    Gudrun Sjödén – A Colorful Universe

    2600 Park Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55407-1090
    Call: (612) 871-4907

    This American Swedish Institute’s collaboration with renowned Swedish textile designer and entrepreneur Gudrun Sjödén examines her career and her boldly feminine collections inspired by Swedish folk motifs. As part of Gudrun Sjödén Design, her colorful, eco-conscious design processes and philosophies have earned her a worldwide network of fans. This visually striking exhibition shares her original watercolors and archival constructed catalogs, inspiring a forum for inspiration, knowledge and positive thinking.

    The First Look Opening will take place on Thursday, July 26.

  2. Midsommar Celebration 2018

    Midsommar Celebration 2018

    2600 Park Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55407-1090
    Call: (612) 871-4907

    Join us at the American Swedish Institute to celebrate one of Sweden's most joyous and traditional festivals – no Nordic heritage needed!

    Summer is short in both Minnesota and the Nordic regions, making Midsommar one of the most festive days of the year – a time to get outside and and enjoy the high-point of the season. Whether you’re a festival regular, or just curious what the holiday is all about, there is something for everyone at ASI's popular event. Be sure to make a midsommarkrans (flower head wreath) and prepare to dance and sing around the midsommarstang (midsummer pole).

    Please note: No discounts or special museum passes are accepted during festivals. FIKA and the Museum are only open during "Festival Hours" on this day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  3. The Fantastical Worlds of Kim Simonsson

    The Fantastical Worlds of Kim Simonsson

    2600 Park Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55407-1090
    Call: (612) 871-4907

    Ceramic sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts strange yet sensitive creations in ceramics, mostly of children and animals, and often in conversation with each other. This exhibition features more than 40 selections of Simonsson’s work on display in ASI’s contemporary Osher Gallery and throughout the historic Turnblad Mansion.

    The First Look Opening will take place on Friday, April 13.

  4. Ulla the Baker – an Installation in ASI’s Youth & Family Gallery

    Ulla the Baker – an Installation in ASI’s Youth & Family Gallery

    2600 Park Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55407-1090
    Call: (612) 871-4907

    ASI’s Youth & Family Gallery on the 3rd floor of the Turnblad Mansion has become an imaginative environment inspired by Ulla the Baker, a children's book in Swedish and English by Swedish author and woodworker Anders Suneson. Children and their grown-ups can immerse themselves in Ulla’s world and experience her play bakery. The book (on sale at the ASI Museum Store) and exhibition are an experiment in words encouraging discovery of creativity and art.

    On view now through October 7, 2018.

Meetings & Conferences

  • Facility accommodates meetings for 30 or more
  • Meetings Website
  • Meeting/Convention Facilities (maximum capacity): 1000
  • Banquet Facilities (maximum capacity): 250
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 11
  • Exhibit Space (sq ft): 35000
  • On-site Catering Required

Trails & Byways

View more Minnesota things to do, searchable by type and city.

Next Steps