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  • 1 Rice Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    109 W. Fourth St. 109

    Hemmed in by Fourth and Fifth streets, Washington and Market streets, Rice Park (1849) holds sway as St. Paul's prettiest public space. There's a lovely fountain in the middle of the park, and the perimeter boasts attractive high-rise buildings, incl..

  • 2 James J. Hill House Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    240 Summit Ave.

    This 1891 Richardsonian Romanesque manse stands as a tribute to the hard work of Canadian-born railroad tycoon James Hill. Its 42 rooms include 22 fireplaces, 13 bathrooms, the 2,000sq ft Great Hall, a two-story skylit art gallery and a marvelous sta..

  • 3 Como Park Conservatory Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    1225 Estabrook Drive

    Situated in 450-acre Como Park, one of the largest green spaces in the Twin Cities, this 1915 conservatory, made of aluminum, steel and glass, underwent a $12 million renovation in the early 1990s. Six public areas within provide botanical delights f..

  • 4 Science Museum of Minnesota Interesting

    Museums and art

    120 W. Kellogg Blvd.

    Among the first-rate exhibits at this Mississippi riverfront facility are an expanded paleontology exhibit, an experiment gallery, a human-body gallery, an exhibit on the ecology and history of the Mississippi River, and a convertible-dome IMAX Omnit..

  • 5 Fort Snelling (Visitor center) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    200 Tower Avenue

    Begun in 1819, Fort Snelling ranks as the westernmost fort built by the US government after the War of 1812. It was set on a bluff overlooking the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers, allowing soldiers to control fur-trade routes. Sold..

  • 6 Fitzgerald Theater

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    10 E. Exchange St.

    Named for onetime St. Paul resident F. Scott Fitzgerald, the 1910 Beaux-Arts Fitzgerald Theater is St. Paul's oldest. Here, Twin Cities denizen Garrison Keillor broadcasts his famous radio show, "The Prairie Home Companion," in front of a l..

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