Rice Park, a public square since 1849, serves as an outlet for anyone who needs to relax or downtown workers who just want to ... More
Rice Park, a public square since 1849, serves as an outlet for anyone who needs to relax or downtown workers who just want to eat lunch away from their desks. Make a wish in the giant fountain that dominates one corner of the park. Faced by the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts , the main St. Paul Public Library, Landmark Center, and the St. Paul Hotel, the park is a peaceful, shady haven. Free concerts held in the summer are a joy to all. Winter brings the ice sculptures carved for the St. Paul Winter Carnival; you can watch the carvers in action and enjoy them afterward.
I work near there & will often walt to the park on my lunch hour. It provides peace in the hubbub of the city and it entertains many events to keep you busy all year! DO NOT miss the ice sculptures in January. They are truly amazing.
The nation's oldest and largest winter festival is held over a ten day period in late January early February each
year. King Boreas and his Vulcans reign over the fun. The Landmark Center and Rice Park in downtown St. ...
This historic home was built in 1872, and is located in Irvine Park; the house features original furniture, crystal chandeliers,
carved walnut woodwork and marble fireplaces, and costumed guides will escort visitors through the impressive Victorian home.
Once the home of railroad baron, James J. Hill, the Minnesota Historical Society now owns this mansion. Tours provide a
glimpse into what astonishing wealth could buy at the turn of the 19th century. It contains 42 rooms including ...
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