Mill City Museum
Mill District/Mill City Museum
The Mill City Museum, part of the larger Minneapolis Mill District, occupies the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill and offers a surprisingly interesting look back at Minneapolis’s once-mighty milling industry. Highlights include a courtyard comprised of the burnt-out husk of an old mill, a 10th-story viewing platform with panoramic views of the city and Mississippi River, and a refurbished grain elevator. Admission is $12 for adults.