Mill City Museum is located in downtown Minneapolis on the west bank of the Mississippi River near the corner of Park Avenue and South 2nd Street (Google Map Link)
Listed below are many nearby options that are owned by the City of Minneapolis.
Mill Quarter Ramp, 711 South Second St.
The fully automated ramp accepts cash and credit cards for daily parking. Parking fees range from $3 to $8. Fees increase during U.S. Bank Stadium events and Guthrie Theater performances.
Riverfront Municipal Ramp, 212 9th Av S
Located one block away from the museum, across South 2nd Street from the Guthrie Theater.
Parking meters, 2-hour limit
City parking meters are located outside the main entrance on South 2nd Street, and many other meters and parking options can be found within several blocks of the museum. The 2-hour time limit is strictly enforced, though that is usually enough time for a museum visit. The city of Minneapolis interactive parking meter map can be used to find meter restrictions and rates during stadium events.
There are a variety of options (free on-street parking, meters, ramps) across the river from the museum in the St. Anthony Main and Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood areas. Enjoy a short and scenic walk across the Mississippi River on the Stone Arch Bridge to get to the museum.
Mill City Museum is accessible from the Blue and Green Lines via the U.S. Bank Stadium Station. Walk west 1/2 block to Park Avenue, then north on Park Avenue 4 short blocks.
Metro Transit bus #22 runs on Washington Avenue, one block southwest of the museum.
Several Nice Ride Minnesota bike rental stations are located nearby. Bike racks are located on the south, east, and west sides of the building.
The museum is located between two bike-friendly streets: South 2nd Street has a bike lane, and West River Parkway is part of the Minneapolis Trails & Parkways system.