Enjoyed the experience but younger children may be a little less stimulated. The experience was combined with a segue tour. The short stent was here (appx 30-40 minutes) was plenty.
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Well presented tour and visuals to the old flour mill industry, especially the elevator experience. Good views to see Riverplace and Stone Arch bridge.
My son and his family wanted to go there. So we all went and as many times as we have been to Minneapolis, we had never been there. We spent over three hours in the museum. The exhibits were extremely well done and very informative....More
The Washburn A Mill, the largest flour mill in the world, until the Pillsbury A Mill was built across the river, produced 1,000,000 pounds of flour a day. Built in 1874, it was operated until 1965. Not a pleasant workplace, it was dusty, and the...More
Enjoyed the chance to tour the building and learn about the flour mill history in Minneapolis. It only takes a few hours to visit and I thought it was well worth it. Exit through the ruins and take a walk along the river to see...More
Loved this place!!! The history is great. It was very interesting. It is $11 to get in with discounts for seniors and children. They said it was about an hour to explore, but I was there almost two and could have stayed longer. There are...More
The Flour Tower Tour is a must see especially for friends and family from out of town. The Elevator experience showing the history of the mill is done extremely well keeping you interested in an interactive way. Then you add the picturesque views of the...More
We have been here as a family, we have been here with friends, and a few of us have gone on a school field trip here. There is a room that you get to play with water. There is the elevator ride - you sit...More