Photo courtesy of Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District
Local writer-geographer Bill Lindeke takes you on a guided walking tour of noteworthy nooks, semi-historical doorways, obscure sidewalks, and lost alleys of Nicollet Avenue. Tour includes true tales from Newspaper Row, ancient parking lots, the undersides of skyways, the city’s smallest plaza, and more. Learn about the strange oddities, forgotten curiousities, and urban eccentricities of Minneapolis’ most well-trodden street. This leisurely-paced tour meets at the Northern Spark Info Tent at Xcel Energy Plaza and lasts about an hour.
Tours at 10pm and midnight.
holds a PhD in urban geography and writes about how our urban environments shape our lives. He is the author of Minneapolis/Saint Paul Then and Now
, and writes about urban design and history in numerous places, including his blog Twin City Sidewalks and streets.mn
Tour starts at Info Tent in Xcel Energy Plaza at 5th and Nicollet
10pm-11pm and midnight-1am each night