Minneapolis, MN

The Stone Arch Bridge is the second oldest bridge on the Mississippi River. This 19th century bridge is now a pedestrian trail and a grand place to capture a rugged set of pictures with stone background, raw nature, and more. The place is filled with many lush trees, so shade would be a hindrance if you visit late in the day. If you choose a rainy day, the place will be pleasantly romantic for some awe-pictures.

Address: 100 Portland Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401

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Located on the southeastern part of the city, along the Mississippi banks, the Minnehaha Park is a pristine natural location for refreshing pictures. If you are looking for a raw and rugged background, you can choose the Minnehaha Falls with the Minnehaha and Hiawatha statues. You can choose the Pergola garden or the Minnehaha Bandstand during a live show for a more classical look.

Style: Park

Address: 4801 South Minnehaha Park Drive, Minneapolis, MN

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Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is a 19-acre garden filled with unique sculptures. Beyond the famous Spoonbridge and Cherry, Alene Grossman Memorial Arbor, and the flower garden, the place holds Cowles Pavilion, Regis Promenade, and a large landscape of natural beauties. You can find exciting backdrops for your pictures, and if you want to keep it simple, the entire place is covered with a green carpet of grass for some minimalistic pictures. The garden is a part of Walker Art Center, which holds several galleries, cinema theaters, and artwork collections.

Style: Garden

Address: 726 Vineland Pl, Minneapolis, MN

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