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1750 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403
1750 Hennepin AveUSMNMinneapolis55403
(612) 375-7600walkerart.org
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Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Minneapolis, Minnesota arts center which features contemporary visual and performing arts exhibits and programs.
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People talk about permanent collection, andy warhol, graphic design, target free and new work
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Kevin Parker
reviewed 2 months ago
The facilities here are very modern; unfortunately, so is the art. About halfway through the galleries I wanted my money back. In all, there were only 2 or 3 pieces in the entire museum that did anything for me. The adjoining sculpture garden was more of the same--the grounds were very nice, the sculptures very incomprehensible. Now if you like modern art then by all means pay these places a visit. If not, then stay very very very far away.
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Dermott Norman
reviewed a year ago
Great place, spoiled by lousy service at the restaurant bar. When you ask what wine they have, the barman throws a menu at you on the bar. Having served three others before finally returning and taking the order, he then pours a half full glass of wine for you. Why? Because he couldn't be bothered to open another (screw-top) bottle. Having queried why, he says, "Sorry, that's what you get" and walks off. $10 for half a glass? Having walked away to see others with full glasses, I returned and complained to his manager, who filled the glass. Hey, if you don't enjoy your job, get another one. Otherwise, a nice place, cool interior to the auditorium and another great Brits Award screening.
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Jason Andersen
reviewed a year ago
Don't take the family, unless you want over zealous minders screaming don't touch every 5 minutes while your kid sits in a chair that you later realize someone had tried to pawn off as art. The only thing mildly entertaining was a dolphin avatar that talked back to you. Which was cool ..... in 1999. Save the money and go across the street to the sculpture garden.
James Billings
reviewed 4 months ago
It's OK although the service reminds me of a diner by my country home where, as in this case, following my dining the bill is slapped on the table and I'm told to sign the VISA (I do know how to complete a credit card transaction by my present age of 72+) then she's on to the next party with a touch more charm. I'm used to a more sophisticated dining experience.
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HD. Downs
reviewed 4 months ago
never ever been disappointed by the staff, bathroom is always clean, and art is always exceptional
Tom Duffy
reviewed a year ago
Garbage, plain and simple. I understand that everyone has their own taste when it comes to art, but this was just a giant collection of trash. And please do not bring children, they will not warn you that there are exhibits that are inappropriate. Save your money and head to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts over on 3rd Ave. This was the biggest waste of money that I have ever paid for, and I almost feel ashamed that tax money actually supports this nonsense.