Guthrie Theater818 S 2nd St
Minneapolis, MN 55415
The Guthrie Theater engages exceptional theater artists in the exploration of both classic and contemporary plays connecting the community we serve to one another and to the world. Through its extraordinary artists, staff and facility, the Guthrie is committed to the people of Minnesota, and from its place, rooted deeply in the Twin Cities, influences the field as a leading 21st century arts organization.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, the Guthrie is located in the historic Mill District of Downtown Minneapolis and features a 178-foot cantilever bridge which overlooks the Mississippi River. When it opened in 2006 Time magazine called the building "a 21st century dream factory."
Visit the Guthrie to see a show, grab a cup of coffee and explore the building, shop at the Guthrie Store, or to simply take in the extraordinary riverfront views. Backstage tours are Friday and Saturday mornings.
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
Meetings & Conferences
- Catering available
- Facility accommodates meetings for 30 or more
- On-site catering required
- Meetings web page
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 1038 reviews
The Guthrie is a great venue for plays, concerts etc. No bad seats. Parking is easy and safe and cost is reasonable. Sound system is wonderful.
— Dbxyz, February 20, 2020
A friend and I have season tickets. We saw Noura a few weeks ago and Twelfth Night last week. Both times we met an hour or so before the show for drinks in the bar at Sea Change on the first floor...
— Rachel D, February 16, 2020
We visited this theatre not to see a show, but to instead enjoy the views of the Mississippi from the Endless Bridge viewing platform. It's a good viewing spot with terraced seating from which to...
— Keenomanjaro, January 20, 2020
This play was one of the best I have ever seen. It is so contemporary in it's story and the only thing that rivals the language of the play is the delivery. The performances by all are very good, but...
— whytheHalnot, January 17, 2020
Saw the play Noura last Saturday. Might have been one of the worst presentations we have ever been to. The set was ridiculous, the script was horrendous and the acting was atrocious. We left after 45...
— doctari1, January 14, 2020