Museum in the Streets

Museum in the Streets

Our Museum in the Streets program features three bilingual heritage-discovery walks for the benefit of Lake Street residents and visitors. These free walking tours foster a sense of historical identity while educating, encouraging preservation of local historic sites, and promoting knowledge of the stories, events, and traditions of Lake Street.

Each walking tour includes a large plaque with a map that highlights the area's historical locations and clarifies where the visitor is in relation to other area destinations. There is also a brochure that outlines the various historical sites along with a series of panels throughout the corridor that invites participants to discover Lake Street’s unique story at their own pace, over the course of an afternoon or through return visits.

Tour Information


Want to lend a hand?

The plaques have been installed, but the basic maintenance of the plaques is requires funding. When it comes to keeping this project alive, every penny counts. Consider making a donation to this important project today. 

Thanks to our generous sponsors!

Calhoun Square, Wells Fargo, Longfellow Community Council

The Ackerberg Group, Abdallah Candies, Allina Health, Bill Frothinger Family, Bituminous Roadways, Corcoran Neighborhood Organization, Dominium Development and Acquisition, the family of George N. and Anthula Boosalis, Hennepin County, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Ingebretsen’s, Lund Food Holdings, Inc., Deane C. Manolis and Nancy G. Manolis, Midtown Businesses, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Peace Coffee, Smith Foundry, St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church, Stop-N-Shop, Stonewood Properties, Toro Company, Wellington Management, Xcel Energy, and Schatzlein's Saddle Shop

McKnight Foundation, Minnesota Historical Society

See also:

Museum in the Streets™ website
Presentation on bringing Museum in the Streets™ to Lake Street