Minneapolis Bridge Evening Scene

Vibrant Location

Minneapolis and St. Paul, known as the Twin Cities, are some of the most ENERGETIC, LIVABLE, AND EDUCATED communities in the country. Distinguished by a nationally renowned park system with hundreds of miles of trails and an amazing chain of lakes, the largest theater community outside New York, and an internationally renowned music scene, the Twin Cities has so much to offer. Combine that with distinctive neighborhoods, easy access to endless year-round recreational opportunities for hiking, skiing, boating, cycling and other outdoor activities, 7 professional sports teams, a convenient light rail system just steps from the Law School’s front door, close proximity to federal, state and local courts, as well as the Minnesota State Capitol, and you'll find that the Twin Cities is the perfect location. 

TCF Bank Stadium, home of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers
The Twin Cities Campus Connector is a free shuttle service that runs from 7 a.m. until 2 a.m. daily.
The Minnesota State Capitol Building in St. Paul
Federal, state, and municipal courts—including the iconic Romanesque courthouse building in Minneapolis—are located within two miles of the Law School.
Dinkytown is a bustling student neighborhood located just off campus.
Just minutes from campus, downtown Minneapolis is home to law firms large and small, as well as corporate headquarters, nonprofits, and government agencies.
The beauty of autumn along the Mississippi, which runs through the campus
The Twin Cities area is crisscrossed by miles of scenic trails for walking, running, and cycling.
A summer evening on Lake Harriet—one of 20 lakes and wetlands in the city of Minneapolis.
Light rail connects campus with downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, the airport and the Mall of America.
Not far from the Law School is the 53-foot Minnehaha Falls, located in one of the country's oldest parks.
Northrop Auditorium on the Minneapolis campus hosts national and international performances.
The University’s St. Paul campus in the fall
Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins. Other local major-league teams include the Vikings (NFL), Timberwolves (NBA), Lynx (WNBA), and Wild (NHL).
The famous “Spoonbridge and Cherry,” centerpiece of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the University’s Weisman Art Museum is just across the covered walking bridge from the Law School.
The Lake Harriet Bandshell in south Minneapolis on a calm, contemplative winter day.
The Twin Cities offer plenty of live music and other entertainment