Opened in 1902 as a federal court building, this lavish Victorian architectural masterpiece sits facing St. Paul's Rice ... More
Opened in 1902 as a federal court building, this lavish Victorian architectural masterpiece sits facing St. Paul's Rice Park . Constructed of pink granite and red tile roofs, it boasts multiple turrets and gables along with other fanciful details. The richness continues inside with a five-story courtyard lit by a massive skylight and extravagantly appointed rooms with 20-foot ceilings, marble fireplaces and carved mahogany. Besides office space for numerous arts organizations, the Landmark Center is home to the prestigious Minnesota Museum of American Art , the Ramsey County Historical Society and the Schubert Club. The St. Paul Cafe, an excellent spot for lunch, is located on the first floor. Free tours take place at 11a on Thursday and 1p on Sunday. For something a little more unusual, take the Gangster Tours offered on the last Sunday of each month at 1p. Reservations are required for these special tours.
Guides dressed in period garb lead tours through this well preserved Victorian house. This Second Empire mansion was built by
Alexander Ramsey, Minnesota's first territorial governor, in 1872 and is furnished with many original pieces. During his political career, ...
Located on the State Capital grounds, this memorial honors Minnesotans who served in the Vietnam War. More than 1000 names
are engraved in the granite memorial. These are the Americans who were either killed or missing in action as ...
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Saint Paul Downtown is ideally situated in the heart of the St. Paul, Minnesota thriving
retail and downtown business district. This hotel offers many indoor skyway connections to numerous state, federal and corporate offices. ...