St. Paul Places

TripWhat's travel guide to St. Paul; our list of the best things to see, including Landmark Center, A Prairie Home Companion Radio Show and Stoffel Memorabilia Musuem.
  • The best place in St. Paul: Landmark Center

    Landmark Center

    75 5th St
    M-W 8AM-5PM, Th 8AM-8PM, F 8AM-5PM, Sa 10AM-5PM, Su noon-5PM. Originally built as a post office and a federal courthouse, this historical building now houses galleries and exhibits.
    Downtown food nearby
  • A Prairie Home Companion Radio Show

    A Prairie Home Companion Radio Show

    10 E Exchange St
    A dedicated piece of Americana A Prairie Home Companion is the brainchild of American humorist Garrison Keillor. The radio show calls the Fitzgerald Theater [1] home, but the show can often be found on the road too. Contact information is for the Fitzgerald Theater.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Stoffel Memorabilia Musuem

    Stoffel Memorabilia Musuem

    10527 Emerald Road
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    University District restaurants nearby
  • Casper & Runyon's Nook

    Casper & Runyon's Nook

    492 Hamline Ave S
    Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. One of the Twin Cities' favorite burger joints.
    Highland
  • Minnesota Children's Museum

    Minnesota Children's Museum

    10 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102
    T-Th, Sat & Sun: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Memorial Day-Labor Day). $8.95, Children under 1: Free. At Minnesota Children's Museum, kids will have a blast discovering an exciting, immersive world that arouses their curiosity, increases their understanding, and ignites an appreciation for learning. Each of the Museum’s seven galleries is uniquely designed to provide a hands-on, stimulating environment for children six months to 10 years old. Roving "funstigators" engage kids in fun and interactive smart play as they blow bubbles, toss balls, play with finger puppets, and provide a variety of stimulating play experiences for children of all ages.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Minnesota Children's Museum

    Minnesota Children's Museum

    10 W 7th St
    M 9AM-4PM (Memorial Day to Labor Day), Tu-Th 9AM-4PM, F-Sa 9AM-8PM, Su 9AM-5PM. $8.95, children under 1 are free. Free for everyone on the third Su of the month. At Minnesota Children's Museum, kids will have a blast discovering an exciting, immersive world that arouses their curiosity, increases their understanding, and ignites an appreciation for learning. Each of the Museum's seven galleries is uniquely designed to provide a hands-on, stimulating environment for children six months to 10 years old. Roving "funstigators" engage kids in fun and interactive smart play as they blow bubbles, toss balls, play with finger puppets, and provide a variety of stimulating play experiences for children of all ages.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Swarm Men's Lacrosse

    Swarm Men's Lacrosse

    The Minnesota Swarm Professional Box Lacrosse Club energizes Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN for 8 home games every January-April! www.mnswarm.com
    Downtown food nearby
  • The Minnesota Swarm Professional Box Lacrosse Club energizes Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN for 8 home games every January-April! www.mnswarm.com
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Minnesota Swarm

    Minnesota Swarm

    317 Washington St
    Paul, home of the Minnesota Opera, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra,and Schubert Club.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Ordway Center

    Ordway Center

    Paul, home of the Minnesota Opera, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra,and Schubert Club.
    Downtown food nearby
  • The Aquatennial is the official civic celebration of the City of Minneapolis.
    West 7th eat nearby
  • Minnesota Irish Fair

    Minnesota Irish Fair

    FREE ADMISSION; August 9-11th 2013 Harriet Island, St. Paul - The Irish Fair of Minnesota, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a Board of Directors representing a broad spectrum of the metro Irish community.
    West 7th restaurants nearby
  • Irish Fair of Minnesota

    Irish Fair of Minnesota

    Takes place in August at Harriet Island, just south of Downtown.
    West 7th food nearby
  • FREE ADMISSION; August 9-11th 2013 Harriet Island, St. Paul - The Irish Fair of Minnesota, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a Board of Directors representing a broad spectrum of the metro Irish community.
    West 7th eat nearby
  • Mill Ruins Park

    Mill Ruins Park

    next to the St
    Anthony Falls Lock and Dam—the final lock on the journey up the Mississippi. The Mill Ruins was the site of the Washburn A Mill among others, host of an infamous explosion and fire in the 19th century. And the 20th. And the 20th again. Oh, and there were two more in the 19th. Eventually, the burnt shells were given up on and left standing, and much of the canal and tunnel system which provided water power was covered with earth and paved over to form West River Road. The park features excavations of quite a bit of these early stoneworks from an age when very rich men prided themselves on the quality of even the most mundane, invisible, underground works; as well as the outfall of Basset Creek, buried for the last 1.5 miles of its run beneath downtown.
    Macalester-Groveland restaurants nearby
  • Cathedral of Saint Paul

    Cathedral of Saint Paul

    239 Selby Ave
    Su-F 7AM-7PM, Sa 7AM-9PM. Serves as co-cathedral for the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis along with the Basilica of Saint Mary.
    Downtown food nearby
  • The Nook

    The Nook

    492 Hamline Ave S
    Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. One of the Twin Cities' favorite burger joints.
    Highland
  • Cossetta's Italian Market & Pizzeria

    Cossetta's Italian Market & Pizzeria

    211 7th St W
    Market Hours
    Downtown
  • First Grand Avenue Liquors

    First Grand Avenue Liquors

    918 Grand Ave
    M-Th 9AM-8PM, F-Sa 9AM-10PM. Small family-owned liquor store that has a walk in cooler, tons of great micro/indie brews, 80+ types of scotch, and an excellent wine selection. Good deals as well as hard-to-find liqueurs.
    Summit Hill
  • Amsterdam Bar & Hall

    Amsterdam Bar & Hall

    6 W 6th St
    Bar and music venue in downtown.
    Downtown
  • Great Waters Brewing

    Great Waters Brewing

    426 Saint Peter St
    Ten beers (some rotate) brewed on site. Good variety and overall quality.
    Downtown
  • Great Waters Brewing Company

    Great Waters Brewing Company

    426 St Peter St
    Casual dining and hand-crafted beers in the heart of downtown.
    Downtown
  • Rail Station Bar and Grill

    Rail Station Bar and Grill

    3675 Minnehaha Ave
    A sports bar and restaurant in the Longfellow neighborhood, located a few blocks east of the 38th Street LRT station. They have great wings, and American food. Meal prices are very reasonable and they have an early bird dinner during the week. They also have bar bingo and meat raffles.
    Howe
  • Bin Wine Bar

    Bin Wine Bar

    400 SibleySte 150
    A newly opened wine bar in Lowertown offering wine by the taste, glass, or bottle. They also offer wine flights and light appetizers.
    Dayton's Bluff
  • Khyber Pass Cafe

    Khyber Pass Cafe

    1571 Grand Ave
    M-Th 11AM-2PM and 5PM-9PM, F-Sa 11AM-2PM and 5PM-10PM. Afghani cuisine.
    Macalester-Groveland
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    in downtown Saint Paul
    The Science Museum of Minnesota is the most popular museum in the Upper Midwest. Featuring dinosaurs, Omnitheater & hands-on exhibits.
    Dayton's Bluff eat nearby
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