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The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), a nonprofit museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, is the only major institution in North America devoted entirely to Russian art and culture from the entire scope of Russia's history. The Museum was founded by prominent art collectors Raymond and Susan Johnson, owners of the largest collection of Russian Realist paintings outside the borders of the former Soviet Union. TMORA was incorporated as a nonprofit in 2002, and opened at its present location in 2005. The museum shows 8-10 exhibitions per year, and hosts over 50 annual events ranging from notable lecturers to classical concerts to theatrical readings. TMORA is open daily, located between Downtown Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Saint Paul Airport.Arrange to visit The Museum of Russian Art and other attractions in Minneapolis using our Minneapolis trip itinerary website.
The Museum of Russian Art reviews
Small museum but unique. Its a small private collection that showed a lot of Soviet art. We really enjoyed it. Only half of the exhibits were open when we went so we were charged half price. We will.... more
Small museum but unique. Its a small private collection that showed a lot of Soviet art. We really enjoyed it. Only half of the exhibits were open when we went so we were charged half price. We will.... more »
We visited on a Monday after visiting town for a Vikings game and were surprised by this gem of a Museum! It was the only one open on a Monday so we thought we would give it a shot. We learned a lot..... more
We visited on a Monday after visiting town for a Vikings game and were surprised by this gem of a Museum! It was the only one open on a Monday so we thought we would give it a shot. We learned a lot..... more »
This museum was a lovely surprise. I really enjoyed the diversity of the art displayed. The contemporary sections welcoming political work, makes this Museum a relevant place to visit in this historic time of global conflict. The bathrooms were clean and accessible, the gift shop super cute, and staff pleasant. They were participating in a national free Museum day. I saw more folks of color than I had expected to run into. I don’t know if I would have given it a try had it not been for that opportunity. I would come back and pay.
A great museum for a short visit! The museum itself is pretty small maybe plan for an 45 minutes to an hour, not crowded. It's a good place to learn about Russian history. The nesting dolls were my favorite, they are so adorable. The gift shop is great, everyone was super kind and helpful.
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