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Summer Walking & Biking Tours
We're pleased to announce our 2014 Summer Walking & Biking Tours, with more than 20 tours in various parts of the city, including some new ones! Most tours do sell out in advance, so buy your tickets early. Read more
Mobile App Tour
Minneapolis Historical is live! Preserve Minneapolis has partnered with two local neighborhoods to bring history to life on your smartphone. Travel back in time with this free smartphone app for self-guided walking tours of Marcy-Holmes and Old Highland.
Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Awards
We're pleased to announce the winners of the 24th annual Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Awards, sponsored by Preserve Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission. More
Breakfast With a Preservationist
Stay tuned for details about our June Breakfast With a Preservationist.
In April, a panel of local experts discussed how preservation is fueling progress and development here in Minneapolis. More
We are a growing organization and need the support of committed individuals to help us meet the needs of the local preservation community.
What We Do
We're involved in all aspects of preservation, offering tours, providing advocacy support and creating unique opportunities for connections between preservationists.
Who We Are
Preserve Minneapolis is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Minneapolis by recognizing, preserving, and revitalizing the architectural and related cultural resources of the city of Minneapolis.