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  2. Donate Today. The Minneapolis-based American Swedish Institute is home to a museum, cultural center, café, destination store, historic mansion, and more.

  3. Visit us at the American Swedish Institute A cultural center and museum in Minneapolis, ASI presents art and cultural exhibitions and offers innovative educational programming. It is home to the historic Turnblad Mansion, FIKA café and ASI’s Museum Store.

  4. Hours & Admission - American Swedish Institute

    Visit / Hours & Admission. Unless otherwise noted, admission offers access to all exhibitions on view, as well as the historic Turnblad Mansion. Admission is free for ASI members and for everyone on Thursdays after 3 pm. Festivals change availability of admission during the first weekend in December and during Midsommar the third Saturday in June.

  5. American Swedish Institute - Wikipedia

    The American Swedish Institute (ASI) is a museum and cultural center in the Phillips West neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The organization is dedicated to the preservation and study of the historic role Sweden and Swedish Americans have played in US culture and history.

  6. The American Swedish Institute is a resource for learning about Sweden and Swedish-American culture and heritage, Scandinavian folk arts and culture, the Turnblad Family, and contemporary Swedish art and culture. Learn more through an ASI program, or through these helpful resources.

  7. FIKA Café - American Swedish Institute

    FIKA is ASI’s Nordic-inspired café inside the Nelson Cultural Center. With the historic Turnblad Mansion in full view, guests dining at FIKA can choose from a seasonally inspired menu dedicated to regional ingredients and New Nordic cuisine. Walk-ins are welcome for all groups.

  8. American Swedish Institute - All You Need to Know BEFORE ... - ...

    The American Swedish Institute includes the historic Turnblad mansion. Completed in 1908, it is one of very few mansions remaining along Park Avenue. It is a spectacular place to visit. The workmanship is fantastic. Be sure to take the free tour that is offered several times a day.

  9. Exhibitions - American Swedish Institute

    More than 90 years of celebrating Swedish culture and heritage in Minnesota and around the world.

  10. American Swedish Institute | Explore Minnesota

    About. The American Swedish Institute (ASI) is a vibrant museum and cultural center comprised of the landmark 1908 Turnblad Mansion (Minneapolis’ only castle) and the Nelson Cultural Center. ASI hosts art exhibitions, programs, family activities and special events connected to contemporary Nordic culture and heritage.

  11. American Swedish Institute | Meet Minneapolis

    American Swedish Institute. Hours: Museum Hours: Tue., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Thurs. 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. THE AMERICAN SWEDISH INSTITUTE (ASI) is a vibrant arts and cultural organization, museum and historic home located at 2600 Park Avenue near downtown Minneapolis.