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Loews Minneapolis
601 1st Ave N
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55403
Phone: 1-612-677-1100
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Convenience to Sports and Cultural Venues

Fans of all types will find a little of what they’re into in Minneapolis. The city is one of the best sports towns in the country, and also has a thriving arts community. From art-house movies to some of the most innovative live music and dance venues in the U.S., there’s plenty to see if you’re looking for a top-notch performance. Did you know that Minneapolis has more theater seats per capita than anywhere outside of New York City?

 

SPORTING EVENTS

Target Field (Home of the Minnesota Twins)
353 5th Street N
612-659-3400
This 40,000-seat stadium is a great ballpark for enjoying America’s pastime. The stadium has received LEED-Silver certification, making it one of the greenest ballparks in the country. Hit the Taste of Twins Territory for the best local snacks and beverages. More info

Target Center (Home of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx)
600 First Avenue N
612-673-1300
This downtown arena just steps from Loews Minneapolis hosts concerts and family shows as well as home games for the local NBA and WNBA teams. More info

TCF Bank Stadium
420 SE 23rd Avenue
612-625-5000
The home of Big 10 football team Minnesota Gophers—and the temporary home of the Minnesota Vikings, who will be getting a new multipurpose stadium at the former Metrodome site.

Xcel Energy Center (Home of the Minnesota Wild)
199 Kellogg Boulevard W
Saint Paul
651-265-4800
Did you know that Minnesota is nicknamed “the state of hockey”? Which may explain why nearly every home game of the Minnesota Wild is sold out. The Minnesota Swarm bring crowds of lacrosse fans to the center every January through April. More info

 

ARTS & CULTURE

Guthrie Theater
818 2nd Street S
612-377-2224
This Jean Nouvel-designed riverfront building is home to three theaters, 11 bars, and the Endless Bridge, which provides knockout views of the surrounding area.  Backstage, architecture and costume collection tours are available for an inside look at the workings of the theater, and great dining options include Sea Change restaurant and bar, with a focus on sustainable seafood. The Guthrie also hosts summer camps for kids July through August. More info

Warehouse District
Northwest of Downtown
Welcome to the city’s creative hub. The Warehouse District is where you’ll find hip Minneapolis bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues, many of them housed in historic, weathered brick buildings. The area is also home to many design firms, photo studios and publishers, making it a great place to rub shoulders with locals and get insider tips on where to eat, drink and enjoy the city.

Uptown Theatre
2906 Hennepin Avenue
612-823-3005
The neon sign for this theatre signals the entry point to the Uptown neighborhood and is a well-known Minneapolis landmark. Dating to 1916, the theatre was remodeled in 2012 and is now home to independent film and foreign language cinema with full bar service. On weekends, the Uptown screens classic midnight movies including Rocky Horror Picture Show. More info

Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
612-371-5600
This is the place to catch one of the country’s top symphonic ensembles, the Minnesota Orchestra—and a popular venue for other performances throughout the year. More info

Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
345 Washington Street
Saint Paul
651-224-4222
The home of Broadway-style shows, music and dance, the Ordway is also where you can watch performances by the Minnesota Opera and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. More info

The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts
528 Hennepin Avenue
612-206-3636
The state’s flagship venue for dance, with performances by companies such as the local James Sewell Ballet. More info