Experience the Twin Cities

The local host committee provided HCSRN attendees an insider's guide to navigating your way around beautiful Minneapolis. These activities are all conveniently located next to the conference venue so you are just steps away from exploring beautiful Minneapolis.

 

 

Skyway Maps

Experience Minneapolis through these human habit trails to get around the city. The Minneapolis Skyway System is the largest, enclosed, second level bridges around the world. View the route here to experience 9.5 miles of pathways connecting 80 city blocks! 

 

Entertainment & Live Shows 

Minneapolis offers a wide variety of entertainment. From the Minnesota Orchestra to the Brave New Workshop Comedy club, there is something for everyone. Check out the City Pages Calendar for upcoming events.

 

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

Based on the screenplay Guess Who's Coming to Dinner by William Rose, this performance at Guthrie Theatre is a thought-provoking comedy and is a great way to experience a night out! The venue is less than two miles from the conference and tickets start as low as $15. Find out more information on the screenplay here

 

Karen's Top Picks in Minneapolis

Karen Margolis, one of your HealthPartners hosts, shares her recommendations for theatre, music, and art within five miles of the conference venue. Click here to see her top picks!

 

Sights & Landmarks

Just seven miles from the conference venue, Minnehaha Falls is a majestic city park located in Minneapolis. The 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs, and river overlooks attract almost a million visitors annually. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden has been reopened and now offers more than 40 works from the Walker Art Center's collections, including the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry. 

 

Weather 

Spring in Minneapolis averages with highs of 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit, and lows in the mid-30s. We recommend wearing layered clothing to accommodate the difference in temperature from the indoor Conference venue and bringing a warm jacket for cooler evenings.

 

Additional Things to Do

Check out the Minneapolis Visitors' Guide and visit www.Minneapolis.org for dining, events and other seasonal highlights in Minneapolis.