Guthrie Theater… there’s a whole other experience waiting for you

Going to the Guthrie theater? Make it more than a single cultural event, truly enjoy the full arena of the Guthrie Theater. The people, the history, the arts, the architecture and the ambiance. 

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Get there early! One hour before is good. You get better and closer parking if you leave home early. Sometimes, there's less traffic, too. A great cell phone application for parking on-street is the MPLS Parking app. No fumbling in the cold and dark with credit cards, just type in your on-street parking spot number while your in your car and voila!

  • Getting there early allows you to "mill around," too.
  • Visit the Gift Shop – lots of good stuff in there
  • Endless Bridge – really beautiful views of the river and the Mill District, year round
  • Food & Beverages – Several restaurants and bars are open prior to performances
  • People – It's fun to watch people

Make attending a Guthrie's plays or musicals a broad cultural-absorbing experience. There is much to appreciate in that beautiful building.

This fall I started volunteering as an usher at the Guthrie. It's fun and you get to see lots of people. 

John Hensrud, REALTOR

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