St Paul is home to some historical landmarks, like ethe James J. Hill House, The Landmark Center and so much more.
When it comes to great food, St Paul’s has a great mix. With its multicultural influences, you get a wide range of dining options.
St Paul sits along the Mississippi River, making it home to some great recreation opportunities. From waterfalls, to boat rides, they got it all!
The minnesota State Capitol
When it comes to visiting St Paul, you have to check out the Capital. Not only do they have great gardens, but they also offer free tours. Inside you’ll get the chance to see the history of MN, and what makes MN such a great place to visit.
St Paul has some great history, and what better way to see it than to take a Gangster Tour, and explore the Cave where they all hung out!
St Paul has some great museums, form the nationally renewed Minnesota Science Musem to the Childrens Museum of Minnestoa.
Hidden Slot Canyon
Did you know there is a hidden slot canyon in St Paul? The best part is, it has a waterfall hidden inside. Best viewing is in winter.
“St. Paul is not just a place, it’s a feeling. It’s a sense of belonging and pride that resonates with its residents and draws visitors in with its warmth and hospitality.”
Catch a Game
Want professional level baseball, but a whole lot more fun? Check out a St Paul Saints Game! It’s fun for the whole family.
Can Can Wonderland
When artists and mini golf come together, they get the amazing Can Can Wonderland. Not only do they have a quirky 18 holes but the also have vintage arche and entertainment.
MN’s only free zoo is the Como Zoo. They do a wonderful job based on donations alone. With Animals, Rides and a botanical garden. You need to plan a day.
Get into the Spirit with Glow Holiday Light Displays at CHS Field. They are absolutely magical.