skip to Main Content

Visit Lakeville - Arts & Theater

Chanhassen Dinner Theatre Interior

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

The Nation’s largest professional dinner theatre. Featuring full length productions with lavish costumes and sets and a fabulous menu. Visit their website for production schedules and reservations.

Read More »

Children’s Theatre Company

The Children’s Theatre Company is nationally and internationally acclaimed as America’s flagship theatre for young people and families. Each year, CTC’s public performances, school matinees, regional tour performances, education and community partnerships and Theatre Arts Training Programs serve over 340,000 people.

Read More »

Fitzgerald Theater

The Fitzgerald Theater is Saint Paul’s oldest and most historic theater. The seated theater hosts a variety of musical, radio, and literary performances.

Read More »

Guthrie Theater

Founded in 1963, the Guthrie is dedicated to producing the great works of dramatic literature, developing the work of contemporary playwrights and cultivating the next generation of theater artists.

Read More »

Lakeville Area Arts Center

The Lakeville Area Arts Center promotes cultural enrichment and artistic experiences for the entire community by offering many unique youth and adult art classes as well as a variety of theatrical productions. The Lakeville Area Arts Festival is held each September.

Read More »

Minneapolis Institute of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s world-class collection, features collections ranging from ancient sculpture to contemporary photography. Ranked among the top 10 comprehensive U.S. art museums. Admission, as always, is free.

Read More »

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Since opening in 1988, the Garden has welcomed millions of visitors, showcasing works from the Walker Art Center’s renowned collections of modern and contemporary art in the setting of an urban park.

Read More »

Minnesota Orchestra

On November 5, 1903—three weeks before the Wright brothers made their first airplane flight—the Minnesota Orchestra performed its inaugural concert. Today the Minnesota Orchestra preforms in Orchestra Hall, which is also home to a new three-concert curated Jazz series and is a renowned venue for artists of many genres.

Read More »

Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

The Ordway, recognized as one of the U.S.’s leading not-for-profit performing arts centers, is home to a wide variety of performances throughout the year that encompass the finest in American musical theatre, world music, dance, jazz, and vocal artists on its Main Hall and McKnight Theatre stages.

Read More »

Walker Art Center

With 11 galleries of modern and contemporary art, the Walker Cinema, and McGuire Theater, the Walker is an essential experience for the culturally curious. Dine at the Gather Café, and find artful gifts at the Walker Shop.

Read More »

Weisman Art Museum

The museum’s collection has more than 25,000 works, featuring American art from the first half of the twentieth century, including major works by Georgia O’Keeffe, Marsden Hartley, Milton Avery, and Alfred Maurer and a collection of contemporary art.

Read More »
Back To Top