Plan now to visit the exhibit that sheds light on how the world's most popular beverage: coffee. Once considered a "revolutionary drink," coffee affects and connects us--culturally, economically and ecologically. Opening August 27 at the Bell Museum on the University of Minnesota's East Bank, "Coffee: The World in Your Cup" will take visitors on a journey from first seed to final sip, discovering all things related to coffee, including our own role in the coffee industry. With over 500 coffee shops in Minnesota, the state's residents are part of a growing community of coffee, that can leave a big impact on our surroundings. Learn about that impact and more at "Coffee: The World in Your Cup," which was organized by the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Washington, Seattle.
Free with Bell Museum admission. $5 for adults; $3 for seniors and kids ages 3- 16 years; free for kids under 3 years.