In this article, we shall be discussing the various things you can do within the city of Bloomington, Minnesota, and indeed, there are many things one can do here!
The Bloomington Family Aquatic Center is open daily from early June through early September. Amenities include a zero-depth entry pool, interactive play features, aqua climbing wall, water slides, diving boards, newly renovated bathhouse, and concession stand.
Another swimming option: Bush Lake Beach offers a natural setting for a great outdoor water experience! A key component of the Hyland-Bush-Anderson Lakes Park Reserve, Bush Lake Beach has provided exceptional recreation to millions of Minnesotans since 1956. Bush Lake is one of the state’s most popular beaches with over 100,000 visitors per year.
The Bloomington Ice Garden opened in 1970 with one rink. BIG now has three rinks, one of them Olympic-sized, and boasts a seating capacity of 2,500.
During the winter, you may also visit Bloomington’s outdoor skating rinks and warming houses.
The Bloomington Center for the Arts facility is located at the north end of the Bloomington Civic Plaza. The center is a focal point for the performing and visual arts for thousands of people in Bloomington and surrounding communities.
The Center for the Arts includes two theaters, two galleries, dance studio and rehearsal spaces, art classrooms and offices for the facility’s nine resident arts organizations. It is used by the City and the community for arts activities, City functions, and private rentals.
Bloomington Center for the Arts occupies the north end of the Bloomington Civic Plaza. The facility is utilized by nine resident art organizations, the City and the community for arts activities, City functions, and private rentals.
The City of Bloomington is offering cultural arts funding grants to support general operating expenses for Bloomington-based non-profit organizations or educations institutions in 2016.
Artistry presents exhibitions in the Inez Greenburg Gallery and the Atrium Gallery at the north end of Bloomington Civic Plaza.
The Inez Greenberg Gallery typically features group shows and site-specific art installations. The Atrium Gallery hosts smaller exhibits, often by a solo artist.
- Accessibility: Bloomington Center for the Arts is accessible for individuals with disabilities.
- Pets: No animals are allowed (excepting service animals for people with disabilities).
- Smoking: Bloomington Center for the Arts is a nonsmoking facility. Smoking on the grounds is permitted only in designated areas.
- Art Center mural: During the summer of 2007, mural artist Erik Pearson painted a 2,500-square-foot mural that wraps around the northeast corner of the Center for the Arts building’s exterior.
There are also multiple golf clubs within the city of Bloomington, Minnesota, and in this article, we shall give their names and addresses.
Dwan Golf Club
3301 W 110th Street, Bloomington, MN 55431
Hyland Greens Golf and Learning Center
10100 Normandale Blvd. Bloomington, MN 55437