Map of Minneapolis Public Art
Did you know that there are approximately 300 individual pieces of public art (and counting) to visit in Minneapolis? You can now explore the City of Minneapolis' public art collection through six interactive map tours. Each of these unique tours is geographically organized for anyone to explore at their leisure. Within each tour you will find detailed information about each artwork AND directions to the works through Google Maps. You can choose to follow the numbered tour order provided, or choose your own order and visit individual artworks that pique your interest. To find out the number of artworks, featured artists, and length of each unique tour, explore the map below.
Make sure to share your adventure on social media with #TourMplsArt.
Minnesota Public Radio and the City launch interactive audio tour of public art
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) and the City of Minneapolis have launched an audio MPR Sound Point™ tour of Minneapolis Public Art. The Sound Point technology allows the public to access a series of stories, in the words of the artists, about new works of public art in Minneapolis and the opportunity to leave their own stories in return. Viewers can listen to these stories by dialing or texting a phone number or scanning a QR code with their smart phone. For more information about the tour and to download a map/brochure about these artworks (pdf). If you would like to receive a paper copy of the map/brochure, call 311.
Last updated Aug 23, 2017