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Festival Prices for Sat, June 15
The Midsommar Festival affects admission price, museum and FIKA Café operations, and parking. Advanced tickets are sold out, and door tickets are available after 1:30 pm.
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Museum Hours & Prices

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Hours of Operation

Museum Galleries & Museum Store

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10 am—4 pm
  • Wednesday 10 am—4 pm
  • Thursday 10 am—8 pm
  • Friday 10 am—4 pm
  • Saturday 10 am—4 pm
  • Sunday 10 am—4 pm

The Museum, Café and Store are closed New Years Day, Juneteenth, Fourth of July, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

FIKA Café

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10 am—4 pm
  • Wednesday 10 am—4 pm
  • Thursday 10 am—8 pm
  • Friday 10 am—4 pm
  • Saturday 10 am—4 pm
  • Sunday 10 am—4 pm

Lunch menu is served from 11 am–3 pm and on Thursdays 11 am-8 pm. Happy hour every Thursday from 3­–8 pm. Enjoy 50% off all bottles of wine and $2 off cocktails, and $1 off beer and wine.

The Museum, Café and Store are closed New Years Day, Juneteenth, Fourth of July, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and  Christmas Day.

Museum Admission

Both walk-up and advance museum admission are available for visits during open hours. Museum admission offers self-guided access to all exhibitions and the historic Turnblad Mansion. Admission is free for ASI members.

Ticketed Events

Select events and festivals, including the Julmarknad Handcraft Market and Midsommar Celebration, may require advance registration and may have special pricing. Explore ASI’s programs to learn more or view all ticketed events on the Events Calendar.

Admission Prices

  • ASI Members: Free
  • Adults: $13
  • Adults 62 and Above: $10
  • Youth & Students: Ages 6-18 and university students with ID $6
  • Children: Ages 0-5 Free

Prices are subject to change for festivals or other special ASI events.  Get tickets

 

The Turnblad Mansion, part of the American Swedish Institute

Free Thursday Nights

Explore the American Swedish Institute and discover the historic Turnblad Mansion with free admission every Thursday from 3–8 pm.

Museum Access Programs

ASI offers several access programs designed to address barriers to participation, deepen engagement and build community. Learn more about our museum access programs below.

To receive the benefits of any of the listed Museum Admission Access programs, please call to reserve admission tickets. These discounts and benefits are not available online.

This program allows free admission to visitors who identify as Indigenous. The program represents ASI’s authentic efforts to engage communities underserved and uplift Indigenous voices and experiences.

Indigenous community members interested in participating can request this program on arrival at the Visitor Services desk or email info@asimn.org.

ASI offers free museum admission to US military employees, veterans, and their families as part of the collaboration between the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and museums across America.

Museums for All is a national access program that encourages individuals of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. This program provides free admission to qualifying individuals and their dependents during regular ASI hours. Special programs and events are not included. Ask for free Museums for All admission when you visit ASI.

To qualify for Museums for All, you must be enrolled in one of the programs listed below:

TANF (temporary assistance for needy families)

MFIP (MN Family Investment Program)

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

MFAP (MN Food Assistance Program)

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Program)

MN Headstart

General Assistance

Medical Assistance

MinnesotaCare

Supplemental Security Income

Social Security Disability Benefits

Food Stamps / EBT Card

RCA Card (Refugee Cash Assistance)

Section 8

Free/Reduced Price School Meals

ASI offers free admission to adults and youth who require assistance to experience the museum. These individuals do not need to pay to bring their Personal Care Assistant, interpreter, or other caregivers.

Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM) offers free admission to one visitor who is a member of any participating museum.

This arts access program is available exclusively to Twin Cities public library users. Anyone with a library card from one of the eight public library systems in the Twin Cities can find opportunities to reserve free and/or discounted admission to a wide range of arts experiences. ASI offers free admission to the museum during select exhibits or discounts to programs.

Visit the smARTpass website for more information.

Reserve admission

Advance tickets are encouraged for museum and exhibition visits. Walk-up admission is also available.

Reserve admission

Things to do before you visit

The Turnblad Mansion, part of the American Swedish Institute

View Current Exhibitions

Explore ASI’s current exhibitions of art and culture.

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See What’s on the Menu at FIKA Café

Explore FIKA’s seasonally-inspired New Nordic menu.

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Find Out More About ASI Membership

Learn about the impact and benefits of an ASI membership.

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