Hotels near Milwaukee Avenue Historic District
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William Ragan’s vision for working class family homes in the 1880s remains intact in the Milwaukee Avenue Historic District. This free attraction features two blocks of 19th century homes along a pedestrian-only street.

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Neighborhoods near Milwaukee Avenue Historic District
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The Commons Hotel - A Noble House Hotel
The Commons Hotel - A Noble House Hotel
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4.3
772 reviews
615 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis
from $127
University Inn
University Inn
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4.1
417 reviews
925 4th Street SE, Minneapolis
from $139
Days Inn Hotel on University
Days Inn Hotel on University
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3.4
674 reviews
2407 University Ave Se, Minneapolis
from $84
The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection
The Hotel Minneapolis, Autograph Collection
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3.8
1540 reviews
215 Fourth Street South, Minneapolis
from $99
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
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4.0
2093 reviews
1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
from $99
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel
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4.3
453 reviews
225 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
from $116
W Minneapolis - The Foshay
W Minneapolis - The Foshay
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4.0
1660 reviews
821 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
from $97
The Westin Minneapolis
The Westin Minneapolis
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3.8
1196 reviews
88 S 6th St, Minneapolis
from $116
Ramada Plaza Minneapolis
Ramada Plaza Minneapolis
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3.7
647 reviews
1330 Industrial Blvd NE, Minneapolis
from $92
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Minneapolis
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Minneapolis
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4.1
1020 reviews
1101 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis
from $89
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Historic Architecture and Affordable Dining

The homes of the Milwaukee Avenue Historic District display original brick and timber architecture. Slated for demolition by the city in the 1970s, a group of residents rallied to preserve the historical nature of their neighborhood and had Milwaukee Avenue listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. A few restaurants are found near Milwaukee Avenue. For budget-friendly pub-style food, opt for the daily special at Tracy’s Saloon and Eatery. Try Seaward Cafe for organic vegan fare.

Accessible by Public Transit from Downtown

The Milwaukee Avenue Historic District is a residential neighborhood and the nearest hotels are in downtown Minneapolis and near the University of Minnesota. Downtown hotels offer convenient walking access to the Minneapolis Convention Center and Target Center arena. Cars are not permitted on Milwaukee Avenue and public parking is limited. However, there is budget-friendly public bus service from downtown and the University of Minnesota to Milwaukee Avenue every 20 minutes.

 

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