Bring your cameras! From the grand views to the stunning architecture, there are so many moments to capture at the Minnesota History Center.
As part of our Covid-19 response, the Minnesota History Center prohibits professional portrait photography in the museum’s indoor spaces. This ban is a temporary measure to reduce congestion and ensure mask-wearing
For amateur photographers and professional photographers in the museum’s outdoor spaces, we welcome photography with the following restrictions:
Minnesota History Center staff is the final authority on acceptable behavior in the museum. If a staff member asks you to alter or end your photo shoot, you are expected to do so immediately.
If you have valued your use of the space, please consider making a donation to help further the mission of MNHS. You can make a donation at the Visitor Services Desk.
If you have any questions about photography at the Minnesota History Center, please contact: Ted Bores, Guest Services Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org