Franklin Street Bakery

Getting Here

The American Indian Cultural Corridor is a portion of East Franklin Avenue between 11th Avenue South and Cedar Avenue South in Minneapolis, MN.

Car

From I-94 Eastbound:

Take exit 234A on to MN-55 East, take the first exit off of MN-55 to Cedar Avenue.  Take a left on to Cedar Avenue.  Go 2 blocks to E. Franklin Avenue and take a left.

From I-94 Westbound:

Take exit 234C to Cedar Avenue.  Take a right turn at the end of the off ramp on to Cedar Avenue.  Follow the road to make a gentle left turn on to Minnehaha Avenue.  In 1 block make a right turn on to Cedar Avenue.  In another block, take a right turn on to E. Franklin Avenue.

From 35W Southbound:

Take exit 17B for I-94/11th Avenue.  Bear right and exit at the 11th Avenue off ramp.  Make a left turn on to 11th Avenue S.  In 3 blocks, make a right turn on to E. Franklin Avenue.

From 35W Northbound:

Take exit 16B on to I-94 East, merge to the right at take exit 235A to Riverside/25th.  Take a right onto 25th Avenue.  Take a right on to E. Franklin Avenue.  Travel about 1 mile to reach the American Indian Cultural Corridor.

From MN-55 (Hiawatha Avenue) Westbound (northbound):

Take the Cedar Avenue exit.  At Cedar Avenue, take a right turn on to Cedar Avenue.  In 1 block, take a left on to E. Franklin Avenue.

Bus

The American Indian Cultural Corridor has Metro Transit bus service on routes 2, 8, 9, 14 on Franklin Avenue and route 22 on Cedar Avenue.

Light Rail

The American Indian Cultural Corridor is located at the Franklin Station on the Metro Transit Hiawatha LRT Line Route 55.

Franklin LRT Station

Bicycle

Reach the American Indian Cultural Corridor from the 11th Avenue bicycle lanes at Franklin; the Little Earth Trail at 16th Avenue S. and Franklin Avenue; The Hiawatha LRT Trail over Franklin Avenue; the Franklin Avenue bicycle lanes from Seward at 21st Avenue S.; or the 20th Avenue bicycle lanes at S. Minnehaha and S. Cedar Avenues.

The American Indian Cultural Corridor also has two NiceRide Minnesota stations: Franklin Avenue and 11th Avenue; and 19th Avenue and Franklin Avenue