Mill City Museum Field Trip
Built into the ruins of what was once the world's largest flour mill, Mill City Museum is located on the historic Mississippi Riverfront. Here, visitors of all ages learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, the river, and the city of Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Mill City Museum
Quick video tour of the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis.
The Mill City Museum (Gold Medal Flour) in Minneapolis
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The Mill City
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Driving, from Pilot Travel Center, Inver Grove Heights, to Minneapolis, Minnesota, close to the Mill City Museum, October 22, 2017.
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aloft Minneapolis - Minneapolis (Minnesota) - United States
aloft Minneapolis hotel city: Minneapolis (Minnesota) - Country: United States
Address: 900 Washington Avenue South; zip code: MN 55415
This Minneapolis hotel is located in the Mill District within a 5-minute walk of Mill City Museum. This hotel offers an indoor pool and a flat-screen TV in every room. The aloft Minneapolis provides guests with a 24-hour gym.
-- Cet hôtel est situé à Minneapolis dans le quartier de Mill, à 5 minutes de marche du musée Mill City Museum. L'hôtel possède une piscine intérieure et toutes les chambres sont équipées d'une télévision à écran plat.
-- Este hotel de Minneapolis está ubicado en el distrito Mill, a 5 minutos a pie del Museo Mill City. Dispone de piscina cubierta y habitaciones con TV de pantalla plana.
-- In Minneapolis liegt das aloft Hotel im Mill District nur 5 Gehminuten vom Mill City Museum entfernt. Das Hotel bietet einen Innenpool und einen Flachbild-TV in jedem Zimmer. Das aloft Minneapolis verfügt zudem über ein 24-Stunden-Fitnesscenter.
-- Dit hotel in Minneapolis ligt in het district Mill, op 5 minuten loopafstand van het stadsmuseum van Mill. Er is een overdekt zwembad en op elke kamer staat een flatscreen-tv.
-- Questo albergo di Minneapolis, sito nel quartiere Mill District, a meno di 5 minuti di cammino dal Mill City Museum, offre una piscina coperta e camere con TV a schermo piatto.
-- Este hotel de Minneapolis está localizado na área de Mill, a uma caminhada de 5 minutos do Museu Mill City. Dispõe de uma piscina interior e de uma televisão de ecrã plano em todos os quartos.
-- 这家酒店位于明尼阿波利斯（Minneapolis）城，坐落在密尔（Mill）区内，距离密尔城市博物馆（Mill City Museum）有不到5分钟步行路程。酒店设有一座室内游泳池，每间客房还配有一台平面电视。 aloft Minneapolis酒店为客人提供一间24小时开放的健身房。酒店的客人可以在re:mix休息室打台球，也可在提供鸡尾酒和酒吧食品的Wxyz酒吧享用饮品。 Minneapolis aloft酒店的客房都配备了无线网络连接、办公桌、咖啡机和冰箱。 ...
-- Этот отель разместился в районе города Миннеаполиса Милл, в 5 минутах ходьбы от Музея Милл-Сити. К услугам гостей крытый бассейн и номера с телевизором с плоским экраном.
-- Detta Minneapolis-hotell ligger i Mill District, mindre än 5 minuters promenad från Mill City Museum. Hotellet erbjuder inomhuspool och platt-TV i varje rum. aloft Minneapolis har ett gym som är öppet dygnet runt.
-- يقع فندق Minneapolis في حي Mill على بُعد 5 دقائق سيرًا على الأقدام من متحف Mill City، ويضم هذا الفندق مسبحًا داخليًا وتحتوي جميع الغرف على تلفزيون بشاشة مسطحة.
Haunted Places in The Twin Cities
Tonight we're exploring and area, far greater than a simple town. A landscape seething with eerie superstitions, terrifying apparitions, and downright bone chilling hauntings. Turn out the lights, grab the popcorn, and settle in for the Speakeasy's list of the most haunted places in the Twin Cities! Enjoy!
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WORLDS LARGEST STATUE - Made of Onyx - Indian Vision of Peace Statue -
Worlds Largest Onyx Statue!
This message of peace sits hidden in the Ramsey County Courthouse. You would never know it was hiding there in plain sight. I had to go see it for myself. What I found was something straight out of a Indian Jones movie. This thing would fit right in, in ancient Egypt.
There is a really cool message behind this statue though as it depicts 5 Native American Chiefs smoking peace pipes and praying for peace. Out of their prayers and smoke rises a vision of peace for all the world.
That's one BIG PEACE PIPE!
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The Vision of Peace is a statue in the three-story memorial concourse lobby along the Fourth Street entrance of the Saint Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. The memorial to Minnesota 20th-century war dead was created by Swedish sculptor Carl Milles. He drew on memories of a Native American ceremony he witnessed in Ponca City, Oklahoma, when he designed the statue, Indian God of Peace. Although there is no connection between Native American spirituality and his own vision, Milles depicted five Native Americans seated around a fire and holding their sacred pipes. Emerging from the smoke of those pipes is a “god of peace” which Milles imagined speaking to “all the world.”
The statue was unveiled on May 28, 1936 as the Indian God of Peace. Originally there were 340 names to commemorate those who died in World War I. In 1988 the VFW started a funding campaign to add names of Minnesota soldiers who died in combat from other wars such as World War II, Korean War and the Vietnam War. There are 1,578 names engraved of those lost to war. It was later renamed Vision of Peace in 1994 at a special community ceremony involving three major Minnesota Native American tribes.
The statue weighs approximately 60 tons, stands 38 feet high, and was carved from creamy white Mexican onyx using Milles’ full-scale model. The statue sits on a revolving base which turns the figure 132 degrees every 2.5 hours. There are 98 sections fastened to a steel I-beam and supported by three-quarter inch bronze ribs.
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Norton Capitol Tour.mp4
This is State Representative Kim Norton's tour of Minnesota's State Capitol. She tells the history and shows viewers parts of the Capitol rarely seen by the public.
Jeffers Petroglyphs Field Trip
Amid the prairie grasses are islands of uncovered rock, where American Indians left carvings —petroglyphs— humans, deer, elk, buffalo, turtles, thunderbirds, atlatls and arrows. They tell a story that spans over 7,000 years. The glyphs served many functions, including recording important events, depicting sacred ceremonies, and emphasizing the importance of animals and hunting.
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List 8 Tourist Attractions in Minneapolis, Minnesota | Travel to United States
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HISTORICAL PLACES OF MINNESOTA STATE,U S A IN GOOGLE EARTH
HISTORICAL PLACES OF MINNESOTA STATE,U S A
1. MINNESOTA STATE CAPITOL,SAINT PAUL 44°57'19.34N 93° 6'6.95W
2. CATHEDRAL OF ROSARY,DULUTH 46°48'59.93N 92° 4'4.61W
3. MALL OF AMERICA,BLOOMINGTON 44°51'15.26N 93°14'32.23W
4. SPLIT ROCK LIGHTHOUSE,TWO HARBORS 47°12'0.90N 91°22'1.08W
5. FORT SNELLING,ST.PAUL 44°53'34.33N 93°10'50.60W
6. WATER FALLS PIGEON RIVER,PORTAGE 48° 0'16.86N 89°35'47.07W
7. CATHEDRAL OF ST.PAUL,ST.PAUL 44°56'49.16N 93° 6'32.54W
8. STATUE OF LOON,VERGAS 46°39'51.64N 95°47'56.51W
9. INSTITUTE OF ARTS,MINNEAPOLIS 44°57'29.90N 93°16'27.00W
10. PELICAN PETE,PELICAN RAPIDS 46°34'11.58N 96° 4'57.49W
11. MILL CITY MUSEUM,MINNEAPOLIS 44°58'44.10N 93°15'25.13W
12. MINNESOTA ZOO,APPLE VALLEY 44°46'2.82N 93°11'40.13W
13. GOOSEBERRY FALLS,TWO HARBORS 47° 8'36.67N 91°27'58.71W
14. BASILICA OF ST.MARY,MINNEAPOLIS 44°58'23.43N 93°17'10.21W
15. SPIRIT MOUNTAIN RECREATION,DULUTH 46°43'6.32N 92°12'48.09W
16. VALLEYFAIR AMUSEMENT PARK,SHAKOPEE 44°47'56.93N 93°27'22.65W
17. WEISMAN ART MUSEUM,MINNEAPOLIS 44°58'22.46N 93°14'13.16W
18. ST.MARY'S CATHEDRAL,ST.CLOUD 45°33'31.54N 94° 9'41.24W
19. MINNESOTA HISTORY CENTER,ST.PAUL 44°56'58.57N 93° 6'19.01W
20. BAPTISM FALLS,SILVER BAY 47°20'56.51N 91°12'15.63W
21. GIANT SPOON&CHERRY,MINNEAPOLIS 44°58'12.94N 93°17'20.66W
22. FORT ST.CHARLES,MAGNUSONS ISLAND 49°21'42.20N 94°58'52.61W
23. MINNEHAHA FALLS,MINNEAPOLIS 44°54'55.84N 93°12'39.37W
24. ST.PETER & PAUL'S CHURCH,MANKATO 44° 9'54.74N 93°59'47.04W
25. MINNESOTA WELCOME,MOORHEAD 46°50'47.68N 96°46'9.48W
26. SNOWMAN,NORTH ST.PAUL 45° 0'55.13N 92°59'30.62W
5 Most Haunted Places in Minnesota
Minnesota: Home of Timberwolves, Vikings, Twins, and ghosts. Let's take a look at the stories behind some of Minnesota's most haunted places.
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Redwood County Museum
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Milford Mine Memorial Park
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An Introduction to The Depot Minneapolis
- The Depot Minneapolis boasts two award-winning Minneapolis hotels by Marriott (The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel & Residence Inn at The Depot), a 15,000 square foot indoor waterpark, Charley's Grill (a full service bar and restaurant), a variety of unique banquet and meeting spaces, heated underground parking, and The Depot Ice Rink, an enclosed, seasonal ice skating rink.