Best Landmarks in St Paul, MN

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in St Paul, MN. How do we actually find the most highly rated landmark? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!


265 S. Exchange St, St Paul, MN 55102

Since 1868

Museum, Cultural Events, Programming, Tours, Historical and Cultural Site, Meetings Events, Special Events, Rental Facility, Landmarks, House, Observation Deck, Museum, Guided Tour, Meeting, Group Events, Educational Programs, Corporate, Buildings, Wedding, Reception, Dinner Party & Social Events

They offer special programs such as "A Victorian Christmas at the Ramsey House" in which the house is decorated for the holidays and visitors can discover how the Ramseys would have prepared for and celebrated Christmas

Alexander Ramsey is one of the true goosebumpers of history along with the Zodiac Killer and Jeff Dahmer. I have heard from historians that in life he was very similar to the creeper from the Jeepers Creepers films. That said, I did not get many frights in this haunted house. I thought maybe they could have had one of those mystery boxes where you reach in and think it is eyeballs but it is actually peeled grapes.
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599 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55102

Since 1889

Historical Buildings, House, Group Tour, Events, Education, Community Outreach, Cultural Activities, Book Club, Speaker Presentations, Summer Camp, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Educational Programs, School Visit, Sleepover Program, Collections & Research

The Fitzgerald house is a brownstone two bays wide, with a polygonal two-story window bay on the right and the entrance recessed under a round arch that is flush with the bay front on the left

We made a little detour while passing through Minneapolis so we could see Fitzgerald's childhood home. The house was gorgeous, but sadly it's a private residence so you cannot look inside. Park outside on the street and walk up and down Laurel Avenue to check out some of the other beautiful homes, the park, and the athletic club at the end of the avenue.
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240 Summit Avenue, St Paul, MN 55102

Since 1891

Museum, House, Group Tour, Events, Education, Community Outreach, Cultural Activities, Library, Book Club, Speaker Presentations, Summer Camp, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Collections & Architectural Buildings

The home has 36,000 square feet (3,344 square meters) of living area - It is also a contributing property to the Historic Hill District

Mon - Sat : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun : 1:00 am - 5:00 pm

I was in Minneapolis to tour U of M with my son and decided to visit this place when we had some free time. Since I'm from Southern California, I was unaware of who James J. Hill was until I Googled him. The tour was very informational and were able to see about 80% of this spectacular residence. Bev was our guide and she was absolutely wonderful! I would highly recommend taking the tour with her. You'll pick up some interesting tidbits of how the wealthy lived in those days.
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