Welcome to east harriet
East Harriet is bordered by 36th Street on the north and 46th Street to the south. Lyndale Avenue is the eastern boundary; Lake Harriet and Lakewood Cemetery largely make up the western border of the neighborhood. In addition to these Minneapolis landmarks, Lyndale Park Gardens and Rose Gardens, the Thomas Sadler Roberts Bird Sanctuary are located within East Harriet. Many houses in the neighborhood are two-story homes, set back from the streets.
Explore your neighborhood!
Whether you're looking to take in the historic sights or become more involved with the East Harriet community, keep on reading for access to all of the information you need. From the dozens of miles of walkable paths to our yearly Kite Festival to bustling local businesses, you will find it all in East Harriet!
Explore East Harriet
Whether you're looking for an imprompteu adventure, a scenic place to sit with a book or a location for your family photos, East Harriet has it all.
The East Harriet Neighborhood Association hosts several events throughout the year. Check out our events calendar for fun opportunities for the whole family!
About the Neighborhood
Colonel William S. King directly influenced the shape and tone of East Harriet. His summer estate, Lyndale Farmstead, was situated on land now designated as a park bearing the same name.