Mill City Museum704 S 2nd St
Minneapolis, MN 55401
3 blocks north of U.S. Bank Stadium, near the Guthrie Theater. Parking at nearby meters or ramps.Get Directions
Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
Hours & Dates
- Tuesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
- Adult: $12.00
- Seniors ages 65+ Veterans Active military* College students: $10.00
- Children ages 5–17: $8.00
- Children age 4 and under: FREE
- MNHS members: FREE
- *Blue Star Families (Armed Forces Day - Labor Day): FREE
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 1545 reviews
Visited as a couple, but would be great for people of all ages. What a fun way to learn about the milling business, the building, and the general area! We've been to the area several times and...
— luvs2travel13, March 22, 2020
My boys and I visited the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis and this has been by far one of our all-time favorite museums. This museum is in an old flour mill and it has displays that are interactive...
— TKlemens, March 11, 2020
Visited with wife and 17 yr old daughter. We all thought it was great. It was STEM day so perhaps there was a bit more going on than normal, but for $30 total, it was well worth the 2.5 hours...
— MUFarm, February 22, 2020
Our waitress suggested the Museum since it was close and walkable. Took the tour. Very informative. Plus they have a movie of the history of Minneapolis. It was a great day. They also had an indoor...
— vanderbeech, February 15, 2020
What a great way to learn the history of millingIn Minnesota, from the everyday to the horribly dangerous. And a fun collection of cookbooks too. Even I, a big believer in Twin Cities history and...
— Kristin D, February 9, 2020