American Swedish Institute
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The American Swedish Institute, a museum and cultural center housed in the 1908 Turnblad Mansion, serves as a gathering place for people to share stories and experiences around universal themes of tradition, migration, craft, and the arts, all informed by enduring ties to Sweden.
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If you're curious about the Swedish heritage that is such a big part of Minnesota culture, ASI is the place to go. Beautiful design everywhere, a gorgeous mansion, interesting rotating exhibits, and a marvelous restaurant to boot.
This museum puts Minnesota's Scandinavian influences on display in the historic Turnblad Mansion, which is located a mile northeast of The Cedar House, along Park Street's "Golden Mile" of turn-of-the-century mansions. The Institute offers historic displays, music, contemporary Scandinavian art,…
This art museum and cultural center is located in a historic masion. It also has a cool Swedish cafe called "Fika".
Minnesota has always had a large population of Scandinavians, so it’s only right to learn about the culture and eat the food, both of which you can do at the 1908 Turnblad mansion: an enormous, French Chateau-esque structure once home to Swedish immigrants. Inside its walls resides The American…
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