Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America
The Walker Art Center is Minneapolis, Minnesota’s multidisciplinary contemporary art centre. This is one of Minnesota's most visited museums along with the Cowles Conservatory and the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Its visitors’ yearly attendance goes up to more than 700,000. It was established in 1927 with its former name as the Walker Art Gallery. By January 1040, it was formally known as the Walker Art Centre, gaining support from the Works Projects Administration and the Federal Art Project. This museum has several programs such the visual arts, performing arts, moving image, digital media, publishing, design, education and public programs.
Visiting Walker Arts Centre will take you to the numerous fun things to around the area. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is one of the famous tourist attractions in the landmark. The Minnesota Children’s Museum is another attraction that draws tourists with their families and even solo travelers to check and explore this wonderful museum that even brings backs adults to their wonderful childhood memories. So, it is not just the kids who enjoy here but even adults from all walks of life, too. Tourists mainly access the Walker Art Center via Minneapolis Airport with its 19-minute bus drive. Located close to downtown, check in to notable 4-star accommodations like the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis or at the Millennium Minneapolis, both opening a wide range of amenities and excellent services. Extend your tour to other nearby cities their unique attractions and interesting stuff. Plymouth is a nearby city with fabulous deals for tourists.