In a rare move, the Blaffer Art Museum will open to public for its first public viewing on Thursday, April 11, the museum announced Thursday.
The Blaffer museum will be open to all, but guests must be 18 years or older, and must be present for the event.
The museum will open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and visitors can visit the museum for free and purchase admission at the doors.
For the first year, Blaffer is offering free admission to guests and their guests to the Bluff and White Rivers Art Park for the public to view and photograph the paintings and sculptures that have been displayed for over 100 years.
Visitors can also visit the Bluffer River Art Museum in downtown Minneapolis for free.
The riverfront museum will also be open for free, but visitors can purchase admission to the museum from the Bluffle River Parking Lot and then take a guided tour of the riverfront.
The tour includes the “Bluffer River” and other public artworks, as well as other outdoor and boat tours.
For more information, visit theblufferriver.org.