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Historic Minneapolis Walking and Biking Tours
This summer, join Preserve Minneapolis to learn more about Minneapolis neighborhoods, buildings, businesses, people, and more.
Check out the offerings this month and visit the Preserve Minneapolis website for a full list of tours through September.
Fort Snelling Upper Post (Tuesday, June 10, 6:30pm)
Old Highland in North Minneapolis (Saturday, June 14, 10:00am)
East Hennepin: Behind the Scenes (Sunday, June 15, 10:00am)
Lakewood Cemetery: A Memorial Landscape (Wednesday, June 18, 6:30pm)
Milwaukee Avenue Historic District (Saturday, June 21, 10:00am)
Queer History: A Tour of Gender and Sexuality in Minneapolis (Sunday, June 22, 10:00am) - Led by former Special Collections intern, and LGBTQ historian, Stewart Van Cleve!
An Architect’s Stories from the Mill City Museum Construction (Saturday, June 28, 10:00am)
Cost: $8 per person unless otherwise notedPlease note that space is limited and many events will sell out before the day of the event.Time: Tours typically last 90 minutes to 2 hours. Exact times are contingent on factors such as weather and group size. Please contact us if you have any questions about lengths of specific tours, or ask your guide at the beginning of the tour.Distance/terrain: Please see details listed for each tour. Some tours are short and flat, others are longer and hilly.Kids (and strollers) are welcome, but no dogs or other pets, please.Questions or concerns about the tour program? please contact the Tour Coordinater, Katy Epler, at tours@preserveminneapolis.org or 612-695-7572. High-res

Historic Minneapolis Walking and Biking Tours

This summer, join Preserve Minneapolis to learn more about Minneapolis neighborhoods, buildings, businesses, people, and more.

Check out the offerings this month and visit the Preserve Minneapolis website for a full list of tours through September.

  • Fort Snelling Upper Post (Tuesday, June 10, 6:30pm)
  • Old Highland in North Minneapolis (Saturday, June 14, 10:00am)
  • East Hennepin: Behind the Scenes (Sunday, June 15, 10:00am)
  • Lakewood Cemetery: A Memorial Landscape (Wednesday, June 18, 6:30pm)
  • Milwaukee Avenue Historic District (Saturday, June 21, 10:00am)
  • Queer History: A Tour of Gender and Sexuality in Minneapolis (Sunday, June 22, 10:00am) - Led by former Special Collections intern, and LGBTQ historian, Stewart Van Cleve!
  • An Architect’s Stories from the Mill City Museum Construction (Saturday, June 28, 10:00am)

Cost: $8 per person unless otherwise noted
Please note that space is limited and many events will sell out before the day of the event.
Time: Tours typically last 90 minutes to 2 hours. Exact times are contingent on factors such as weather and group size. Please contact us if you have any questions about lengths of specific tours, or ask your guide at the beginning of the tour.
Distance/terrain: Please see details listed for each tour. Some tours are short and flat, others are longer and hilly.
Kids (and strollers) are welcome, but no dogs or other pets, please.Questions or concerns about the tour program? please contact the Tour Coordinater, Katy Epler, at tours@preserveminneapolis.org or 612-695-7572.

View from the ADM Conference Room, Mill City Museum
Preserve Minneapolis meets bimonthly at the ADM Conference Room for Breakfast with a Preservationist, a series about historic preservation topics in Minneapolis. 
Here is the next event:
Breakfast with a Preservationist - Barbara Mitchell Howard (Deputy SHPO)Wednesday, April 25, 20128:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., ADM Conference Room, Mill City Museum 710 South Second StreetThis event is free! As the new Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Barbara Mitchell Howard will help to shape historic preservation policy in Minnesota. Join us for a presentation and opportunity to meet Barbara. Parking is available in a public ramp across the street or in metered spaces along South Second Street. Coffee and bakery goods will be available, as will the usual great questions and commentary. High-res

View from the ADM Conference Room, Mill City Museum

Preserve Minneapolis meets bimonthly at the ADM Conference Room for Breakfast with a Preservationist, a series about historic preservation topics in Minneapolis. 

Here is the next event:

Breakfast with a Preservationist - Barbara Mitchell Howard (Deputy SHPO)
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., ADM Conference Room, Mill City Museum 710 South Second Street
This event is free!
As the new Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Barbara Mitchell Howard will help to shape historic preservation policy in Minnesota. Join us for a presentation and opportunity to meet Barbara. Parking is available in a public ramp across the street or in metered spaces along South Second Street. Coffee and bakery goods will be available, as will the usual great questions and commentary.