Built around the Mississippi River, Minneapolis bases much of its identity on the sparkling rivers, lakes, and wetlands that surround it and fill its many public parks. Once built on industries like flour-milling and timber production, it’s now one of the US’ most creative and cultural cities.
Each Thursday evening this fall, a different block of downtown’s stretch of Hennepin Ave will be transformed into a vibrant street fair, including everything from live performances to an art market.
Straight from Broadway, the Roundabout Theatre Company brings its acclaimed revival of the renowned musical to Minneapolis’ Orpheum Theatre for a limited run as part of a national tour.
The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul screens acclaimed, noteworthy films at the historic Capri Theater for just $5 on the first Thursday of the month. Screenings are often followed by relevant talks.
GO SWIMMING, FISHING, BOATING, AND MORE IN THE WATERS OF THE MINNEAPOLIS AREA’S MOST FAMOUS LAKE, LAKE MINNETONKA, THEN EXPLORE THE PICTURESQUE VILLAGES, BEACHES, AND PARKS ON ITS SHORES.
Sip craft cocktails, sample gourmet small plates, and mingle with a well-heeled after-work crowd at the Hotel Ivy’s sleek lobby bar.
Fresh ingredients meet rustic simplicity at our elegant flagship restaurant, where Italy’s Campania region meets Minnesotan farm traditions, courtesy of legendary local chef Michael DeCamp.
The Twin Cities’ only luxury destination spa, the Ivy Spa Club has 14 treatment rooms, plunge pools, hydrotherapy rooms, saunas, a state-of-the-art gym with personal trainers, and so much more.
Built in the 1920s for the Second Church of Christ Scientist, Ivy Tower was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the 1980s thanks to its rare and distinctive Mesopotamian-inspired architecture.
Sip expertly crafted signature cocktails at Constantine, our sultry subterranean bar where every drink is designed to indulge the senses.