James J. Hill House is a national historical landmark and an iconic symbol of Summit Avenue in St. Paul. The House was constructed in 1891. The 36,000-square-foot mansion was built for the railroad tycoon James J. Hill in Minnesota and boasts impressive features, including 16 chandeliers, 13 bathrooms, 22 fireplaces, a reception hall nearly 100 feet long, advanced mechanical facilities, and a two-story skylit art gallery. The sprawling house features intricate hand-carved woodwork, stained glass, and chandeliers throughout the building, lending an air of grandeur. The fourth floor houses a stage capable of seating 200 spectators, a grand piano, and gymnastics equipment. The mansion boasts state-of-the-art mechanical systems, indoor plumbing, and exquisite stained glass and carved woodwork.
Seniors (65+) Active military and veterans College students - $10
Children ages 5-17 - $8
Children age 4 and under: Free
Sun: 11am - 3:30pm