From shopping and dining to safety and accessibility, Mill City Museum is perfect for visitors of all kinds.
Mill City Museum is home to Bushel & Peck café, which offers made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, salads, coffee drinks, and children’s meals.
Visit the museum store for unique books, Minnesota souvenirs, gifts, baking tools, and more for all ages. The museum store will be closed on January 28.
The site is equipped with first aid kits and AEDs.
Wheelchairs are available for guests to use during their visit. Please check in with the visitor services desk to borrow one. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Strollers and diaper-changing stations
The museum does not have strollers available. Restrooms are equipped with diaper-changing facilities.
Unsecured coat racks are located near the boxcar in Mill Commons. Luggage lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis for $2 with the purchase of museum admission. Mill City Museum is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Lost and found
Lost and found is located at the visitor services desk on the third floor. We hold items for one month before donating to charity. To inquire about lost items, contact visitor services at 612-341-7582.
Gender neutral/family/accessible restrooms are located in Mill Commons and the exhibit gallery.
Wireless internet is available. Please check in with the visitor services desk for the current password.
Service animals, such as guide dogs, are permitted. Pets are not allowed.