MINNEAPOLIS HISTORY WALKING TOURS 2024

SUMMER WALKING TOUR SEASON IS OUT NOW!

Explore our 2024 walking tour offerings below!

Minneapolis History Walking Tours

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Summer Walking Tours

Prince’s Side of the Street: North Minneapolis Landmarks Walking Tour

By the time Prince was 18, he was a fully realized and accomplished artist who [...]

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Dean Parkway Walking Tour (SOLD OUT)

Learn the history of this controversial portion of the Park Board’s Grand Rounds as well [...]

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Nicollet Island – South Tip Walking Tour

Nicollet Island developed as a microcosm of early Minneapolis, with water-powered factories, storefronts, block-long rowhouses, [...]

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Nicollet Island – North Tip Walking Tour

Nicollet Island developed as a microcosm of early Minneapolis, with water-powered factories, storefronts, block-long rowhouses, [...]

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St. Anthony Falls – How Waterpower Built a City Walking Tour

St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the largest natural falls on the Mississippi River. [...]

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Minneapolis Railroad History Walking Tour (SOLD OUT)

Minnesota’s first rail line started running in 1862 between Minneapolis and St. Paul.  The population [...]

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Lakewood Cemetery: Creating a Landscape of Memory Walking Tour

Nestled between Bde Maka Ska (formerly Lake Calhoun) and Lake Harriet, from its 1872 dedication [...]

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The Geography of Childhood, Longfellow Edition Walking Tour

In 1924, the Brackett Field playground opened just south of the Milwaukee Road railroad corridor, [...]

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Historic East Hennepin Walking Tour

The bustling commercial district surrounding East Hennepin Avenue has hosted many names throughout the years, [...]

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Bde Maka Ska Walking Tour: From Dakota Village to Cottage City

Join us for a walk and conversation exploring multiple narratives on landscape and community transitions [...]

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Hollywood Theater – New Life for a Neighborhood Theater Walking Tour

With its highly coordinated interior color scheme and original detailing, the Hollywood Theater designed by [...]

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North Loop/Warehouse District Walking Tour

The Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District is the state’s largest commercial district listed on the National [...]

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African American History in the Influential East 38th Street Neighborhood of Minneapolis (SOLD OUT)

The East 38th Street community is rich with history. African-American entrepreneurs, civic/community/faith leaders, home builders, [...]

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Healy Block Residential Historic District Walking Tour

Theron Potter Healy was the premiere Master Builder in Minneapolis history. The two-block historic district, [...]

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Lowry Hill Walking Tour (SOLD OUT)

The tour will walk past sixty homes on Lowry Hill. We will see the works [...]

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Murder and Mayhem: Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery Walking Tour

Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery is the oldest existing cemetery in Minneapolis and is the [...]

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The Heart of the Wedge: The 2400 Block of Bryant Walking Tour

The Wedge Neighborhood is bounded by Lyndale Avenue on the east, Hennepin Avenue on the [...]

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Tangletown and Minnehaha Creek Walking Tour (SOLD OUT)

Explore the winding streets, impressive homes, and creek environment of the neighborhood originally known as [...]

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Duffey Paper to Duffey Lofts Walking Tour

After nearly a decade’s worth of time, and countless runs by developer and architect teams [...]

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Northside Former Synagogues and Neighborhood Walking Tour

This tour will explore the early twentieth-century former synagogues and other institutions that were at [...]

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