You’ll spend today in Minneapolis, but you have three options for what to do, depending on your tastes and what area of the city you want to be in. If you’re here with kids, take them to the Minneapolis Institute of Art and introduce them to artists like Monet, Matisse, van Gogh, Rembrandt and Degas, whose works hang on the museum’s walls. Once you’ve had a chance to explore then 83,000-piece collection (or as much as is humanly possible), grab a bite to eat in the museum at Agra Culture Kitchen & Press. Then, walk over to the connected Children’s Theatre Company and enjoy a family-friendly production of adapted literature or storybook or a theater-commissioned play. Modern and contemporary art lovers will want their first stop to be Walker Art Center, the Upper Midwest’s first public art gallery. Here you’ll find a more than 11,000-piece collection that focuses on media, performing and visual arts, plus you’ll be able to walk over to the adjacent 11-acre Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and see one of the Twin Cities’ most iconic landmarks, the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture. Your next stop will be Hennepin Avenue, for dinner at one of downtown’s bustling restaurants like CRAVE, Union, Seven or Fogo de Chão. If it’s nice out, make the 20-minute walk there to take in more of downtown on your way. After dinner, catch a Broadway show, concert or comedian on stage at the Orpheum, Pantages, or State theaters, all also found on Hennepin Avenue. For a look into the past, head to Mill City Museum, located on the banks of the Mississippi River. Built into the ruins of a mill that was once the world’s largest flour producer, here you’ll learn about the intertwined histories of the flour industry, Mississippi River and city of Minneapolis. When you get hungry, walk down the street to Spoonriver for a healthy bite to eat, or enjoy seafood at Sea Change, located at your next stop, the Guthrie Theater. Take in a show here on one of the three stages, and don’t leave without taking in the view from the cantilevered Endless Bridge.