Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Saint Paul, Minnesota

6: Minnesota State Capitol

Minnesota State Capitol
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This is the place where you could meet the Governor of Minnesota as this is where his office is located. This also includes the office of other prominent people including the Attorney General’s office. The brain child behinds its fantastic design is a guy by the name of Cass Gilbert and is one of the big architectural marvels in the United States of America. With various collections on display, one can plan for a tour around the area. With various artifacts like the Quadriga sculpture, photo galleries, libraries and collections, this is quite a fascinating place to visit.

Address: 75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard., St Paul, MN 55155

7: James J Hill House

James J Hill House
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With well-built chandeliers, decorated glass and curved wood, James J Hill House is considered as an historical spot in Minnesota. Tours that fit one’s class are offered and you also get to see the historical neighborhood located there. Children visiting the house with their parents are also not left out. With various etiquette and singing lessons offered, your child will not leave the place in the same way they came in. Signature events are also there throughout the entire year.

Address: 240 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55102

8: Summit Avenue

Summit Avenue
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This street is miles of pure history and various historical buildings are located along this street. It is on this street that you also get to see one of the top 10 tourist attraction sites, the James J Hill House and other historical landmarks. The street also has buildings registered in the History of Places, among them the Cathedral of St. Paul. This means traveling on this street allows you to visit quite a lot of top tourist attraction sites.

Address: Summit Ave, St Paul, MN

9: Xcel Energy Center

Xcel Energy Center
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Matthew Deery

Also called the X, this arena has a capacity to hold over 15,000 people and hosts some of the largest attended games in the city. The place even has free Wi-Fi for all the visitors who visit and LED Matrix displays surrounding the arena. There is also fine dining and you can have a bite to eat if you like.

Address: 199 W Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55102

10: Landmark Center

Landmark Center
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Mark Goebel

A former post office in the United States of America, this historic center is a buzz with visitors. As a cultural center, various events get hosted in this place, from music to plays to even exhibitions and public forums.

Address: 75 5th St, St Paul, MN 55102

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