November 20, 2018–February 18, 2019
FREE — No museum admission required
This traveling exhibit explores the roots of mass incarceration in our own communities to open a national dialogue on what should happen next.
Also on view
Board a C-47 and join a combat flight on D-Day, get behind the counter of a 1930s soda fountain, view classic film clips in a vaudeville theater, pack WWII ammunition shells, and step into the stories of an inspiring generation.
Blast for iron ore, crawl into a tipi, plow a field, visit a sod home, board a street car, trade at the fur post, sing in a box car, discover all the parts of a buffalo, and so much more in this action-packed exhibit. Fun for kids of all ages!
Walk through a re-created home from St. Paul’s East Side, and explore the daily lives of the German, Italian, African American, and Hmong families who lived there through rooms representing each era.
Ride out the 1965 Fridley tornado in a basement, learn about the Minneapolis Weatherball, play with the power of wind, and discover how Minnesotans have coped with the weather’s highs and lows.