Gallery of Wood Art - one of the most professional display of art the group has to offer. Very much worth the trip and the time to see. small space and gift shop
We visited the Landmark Center for my cousin's wedding on Friday, October 11. It was absolutely lovely - you walk up the stairs into the Landmark Center and the wedding was right there in front of you. You look up to see several stories of beautiful architecture, grand columns, etc. After the ceremony, you are whisked upstairs for an hour... More
This is a beautifully restored and repurposed former federal building. It's free to wander around and admire. There are historic exhibits on most floors dealing with all sorts of aspects of Minnesota history and the Federal government's role. It is worth the time to wander around and read them. There are also a few small museums in the building -... More
Thank you for your very kind review! Although Landmark Center's interpretive displays make it easy to undertake a self-guided tour, we do offer FREE public tours (no reservation required!) on Sundays at 12:00 noon and Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. So glad your group was able to tour our lovely, historic work of art! Come back and visit again! More
This is one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever been in. My daughter has practices there and while she practices I enjoy the amazing architecture. I am so glad it was preserved!
Thank you so much for your kind review. We love Landmark, too, and never take it's beauty for granted. Historic preservation is such an important aspect of our times. Visit again soon! More
Just as Rice Park, right across the street, is the City of St. Paul's marvelous outdoor town square for all seasons, Landmark Center has an interior space that is one of the city's gathering spots for many varied events. The Irish dancing by different dance groups on St. Patrick's Day, Christmas concerts by community bands, celebrations saluting other countries around... More
So glad you enjoyed your visit to Landmark Center - we love it, too! Can't imagine Saint Paul without this jewel. Please come back and visit again when we host one of our numerous free (or low cost) public cultural events. Our building management team is committed to the maintenance and continued preservation of this architectural wonder, as well as... More
We stayed in St. Paul this past weekend and decided to stop by here as we saw it in a brochure. There is so much to learn about here. We saw exhibits on the gangster era, old courthouse information, and Norwegian history. Unfortunately there was a wedding going on the day we went so a couple exhibits were closed, along... More
This truly is a "landmark" building. I wasn't overly impressed with what I saw inside, but, to be fair, some of the exhibits were closed so I'll need to go back. But the buildng itself is worth the look.
Seemed like a lively cultural centre. I paid $25 and saw some good young jazz musicians. Auditorium half full but an enjoyable way to pass an hour or two and support local talent.
Its great that St. Paul saved such a grand old building. The Landmark faces Rice Park so you see that view as you tour around the building. Inside is a courtyard of such and each floor has balconies surrounding the courtyard. The views from the rooms are awesome. In the winter, there is a little ice rink right outside the... More
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