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The Midwest: An Architecture Buff's Tour

It's no secret anymore: The Midwest is home to some of the most innovative contemporary architecture in America. Our five day self-guided tour includes stops in Toledo, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and the architectural mecca of Chicago.

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    Milwaukee Art Museum

    The soaring Santiago Calatrava design is unforgettable.

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    Toledo Museum of Art

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    Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    Built in the early 20th century, the columned, Beaux Arts-style Minneapolis Institute of Arts now includes a wing added in 1974 by Japanese archite

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    The Art Institute of Chicago

    With more than 260,000 works of art ranging from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, the Art Institute is home to some of the world’s most celebrated

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    Guthrie Theater

    Attracting architecture buffs from across the country, this performance space opened to much fanfare in 2006. Designed by famed French architect Je

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    Walker Arts Center & Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

    Since the Walker’s new addition opened in 2005, it has become just as well known for its eye-catching architecture as for the art inside. Designed

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