Architecture in the Twin Cities

Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota.  Frank Gehry, 1996

For lovers of architecture and the brilliant artists who create it, the Twin Cities offer a prodigious parade to delight the visual senses.   

To write about it all would be even more overwhelming.  I’ll just hit a few highlights for you here.  

If you wish the very most comprehensive book on Minneapolis and Saint Paul architecture, I recommend the AIA Guide to the Twin Cities by Larry Millett.

These pages summarize the following categories of architecture in the Minneapolis & Saint Paul area: 

residential

commercial

church

bridges

Architecture tours of the Twin Cities

 
 

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Twin Cities Tours (r)

Tours Minneapolis, the City of Lakes, and the Capitol City of Saint Paul.

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Church & Sacred Sites

This tour visits classical-style churches throughout the two cities, in addition to important indigenous sites.

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The Mississippi River

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul sit ten miles apart and are connected by the storied Mississippi River.

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