Free! Architectural wonderland. Quick stop to look around with the kids or great for thinking time. Many things to enjoy. Grand-ness.
We opted to take advantage of the free tour at 1pm each day. What a treat! We got a full tour of the building accompanied by interesting tales of its construction as well as an overview of Minnesota history. The interior is just incredible with it's newly refurbished pipe organs (yes, there's two). Also, it provides an outstanding vantage point... More
The extra treat of this Cathedral is what is entitled, "The Shrine of the Nations." It includes six chapels to Saints representing various nations. It is a special moment for one to light a prayer candle under the Saint the represents the nation a special loved one has as their roots. Another treat is the a replica of Michelangelo's Pietà,... More
I'm originally from Italy and I felt right at home in this cathedral. Majestic yet humble this is a very powerful place to be appreciated by all.
What an amazing structure. It's definitely along the lines of the great cathedrals in Europe. The cupola is beautifully decorated. Well worth a visit and you get a great view of the city and the State Capitol from the steps of the cathedral.
This cathedral sits atop a hill overlooking St. Paul and is a landmark to behold! I have visited a few times and each time am in awe as I look around inside this beautiful Cathedral. If visiting St. Paul, please take the time to visit the Cathedral, it is amazing.
This cathedral is a St. Paul landmark and sets majestically on the hill overlooking the downtown area where Summit Ave. winds into the capitol complex. The cathedral architecture was breathtaking and a look inside was also impressive. This is unquestionably a worthwhile site to put on your itinerary.
Wanting to visit this cathedral on my first trip to Minneapolis but finally made it to see it on my second trip. Worth it. Very serene and peaceful. Come see it yourself. God is glorified.
Similar to St. Peter's in Rome, with a copy of the Pieta. Open to the public if there is no mass. Only drawback - you can't climb to the top of the dome for views of the city.
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