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What’s Out There Weekend Twin Cities

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Tours of the parks, gardens, landscapes and open spaces in Minneapolis and St. Paul. 

Location: Multiple locations

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) announces What’s Out There Weekend Twin Cities, September 18-19, 2021, featuring free, expert-led tours of the parks, gardens, landscapes and open spaces in Minneapolis and St. Paul.  

Discover the design and cultural history of places you may pass every day but don’t necessarily know about. Expert guides provide rich stories, personal anecdotes, and keen observations about each site, its landscape architecture, city-shaping, and cultural lifeways.

The Twin Cities’ landscape legacy includes myriad parks and parkways, plazas and greenways, cultural and academic campuses, historic sites and neighborhoods.

NOTE: All events will be subject to local guidelines on gatherings, including social distancing, wearing face coverings, and stay-at-home orders. Attendance is limited, not only to maximize the safety of those attending but to promote an intimate learning experience. If this event needs to be postponed to comply with local ordinances, registrants will be notified directly.

All tours are free, but attendance is limited and registration is required.

What’s Out There Weekend Twin Cities dovetails with TCLF’s web-based What’s Out There, the nation’s most comprehensive searchable database of historic designed landscapes. The database currently features more than 2,300 sites, 12,000 images, and 1,100 designer profiles. What’s Out There is optimized for iPhones and similar handheld devices and includes What’s Nearby, a GPS-enabled feature that locates all landscapes within a given distance, customizable by mileage or walking time. 

Contact: aileen@tclf.org

2024830553

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