Adjacent to the Midtown Greenway bike path, Seward is a southeast Minneapolis neighborhood known for its co-ops, cafes, culture, and community. The neighborhood's Franklin Avenue corridor is dotted with ethnic restaurants, small businesses, nonprofits, and community activists. One of the oldest neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Seward came to life with the Milwaukee Railroad in the 19th century, and has made its mark on city with continued growth and a vibrant immigrant population.
Getting Around Minneapolis
The best way to get around Minneapolis is by walking. Walking is a unique experience in the city's skyways (enclosed walkways that connect 50 square blocks). Taxis are readily available and affordable. Visit for more information on taxis. Public transit (busses and trains) is an economical way to get around the city. The only difference between buses and trains is the service area. Peak fare is $2.25 and off-peak is $1.75. Peak times are 6 to 9 a.m. and 2 to 6:30 p.m. Day passes are available for $6 and are valid for buses and trains. Schedules and routes can be found at . Bicycle sharing is available through Nice Ride Minnesota ( 24 hour passes start at $6 and the first 30 minutes are free.
Nearby Airports
  • Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport-MSP
Airport Taxis
  • $35 Minneapolis
  • $45 St. Paul
Things to Do and See Near Seward