HOURS & DIRECTIONS

Administrative Offices,
Main Gallery & Permanent Gallery:

* Currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. *

Our usual hours are:
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Sculpture Garden:

8 a.m. – 10 p.m. every day of the year.

Our sculpture garden continues to be open for outdoor recreation during this time of social distancing.


Administrative Offices,
Main Gallery & Permanent Gallery:

* Currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. *

Our usual hours are:
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Sculpture Garden:

8 a.m. – 10 p.m. every day of the year.

Our sculpture garden continues to be open for outdoor recreation during this time of social distancing.

COVID-19 STATEMENT

The Anderson Center at Tower View is committed to ensuring that our communities are physically and mentally healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic. To that end, the galleries and buildings are currently closed to the public. Our sculpture garden remains open daily. We encourage people to visit the sculpture garden while remaining 6 feet or more away from those who are not members of your immediate household. Avoid touching surfaces – it’s best to appreciate the art with your eyes only.

Gathering people together is a core part of our work as an artist community. We look forward to returning to  hosting poetry readings, concerts, talks, and festivals in person and on-site. To follow our work and find out about future events, please join our e-mail list, or follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

DIRECTIONS

The Anderson Center is conveniently located just off Highway 61 on the northwestern edge of Red Wing, Minnesota. The Center has two entrances from 61 – the Cannon Bottom Road entrance leads to the West parking lot and the extensive sculpture garden. The Mounds View Drive Entrance leads to The Center's offices and main entrance.

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR VISITORS

We are glad to hear you are coming to visit our galleries, grounds and Sculpture Garden soon.  To make your visit more enjoyable for all ages, we suggest the following:

  1. Explore this website! Learn what is currently on display and where each venue within is located. 

  2. Our grounds include the historic residence (not open to the public); the historic water tower that is open when it is not under maintenance; our Main Building housing three gallery spaces, restrooms, and information; several buildings rented to artists and art businesses (not open to the public); and the outdoor Sculpture Garden.

  3. Handicapped accessibility is from the front parking area. There is a drop-off area to unload before driving to park in back (West Parking Lot) if the front parking area is full.

  4. There is no food available in the building. We have a cafeteria space that you are welcome to rest in.  During warm weather, we encourage bringing a picnic to use on the grounds as we have tables and benches scattered throughout.

  5. We do have a well-worn path leading to the Cannon River, beyond the brick pillars on the north side of the property. This path crosses the Cannon Valley Bike Trail and ends at the Cannon River.  It is a meandering path, but not a hard surface, so more like a hike than a walk.  Beautiful scenery and worth the time.

  6. Socialized dogs on leashes are permitted in the Sculpture Garden. Please pick up after your dog! Trash receptacles are located throughout the park.

VISIT RED WING

Learn more about what the Red Wing area has to offer at the Red Wing Visitors & Convention Bureau’s website by clicking below.

Red Wing Visitor and Convention Bureau