8 Things to Do in St Paul MN

St Paul is a city that’s full of fun things to do. If you’re moving to St Paul anytime soon, here’s a list of things that you should definitely do to get an authentic feel of the city.

1. Como Zoo

The Como Zoo is the perfect place in St Paul to indulge in a little bit of education and entertainment with the kids, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Along with all the animals on display, don’t forget to check out the Japanese Garden, the Marjorie Mcneely Conservatory, and the Sunken Garden.
https://comozooconservatory.org/

2. Cathedral of St Paul

The cathedral is the city’s highest point, and it ranks as the third-biggest Catholic church in the USA. It is more than a century old, and free tours are offered here at 1 PM every weekday.
https://www.cathedralsaintpaul.org/

3. Landmark Center

The Landmark Center in downtown St Paul is a center of arts and culture today, but once, this iconic building that resembles a castle was a courthouse and a federal post office.
https://www.landmarkcenter.org/

4. Union Depot

The Union Depot building was once home to a train station, but the architectural marvel is now a center for various events, transportation hubs, and more. For a full tour of the iconic building, visit on Tuesdays at 11 AM.
https://www.uniondepot.org/

5. Summit Avenue

Summit Avenue is home to USA’s longest stretch of houses that showcase the very best of Victorian architecture. Iconic buildings here include the F. Scott Fitzgerald House and the James J. Hill House.
https://www.visitsaintpaul.com/blog/summit-avenue-history-the-story-of-saint-pauls-famous-street/

6. Downtown/Lowertown Farmer’s Market

One of the most colorful markets you are ever likely to see, the St Paul’s Farmer’s Market, operated and maintained by the St. Paul’s Growers’ Association, guarantees fresh fruits and vegetables all year round for the people of the city.
https://www.facebook.com/stpaulfarmersmarket/

7. Black Dog Café

The Black Dog Café is the perfect place to experience the vibrant jazz scene that prevails in the city. Visit it on a Saturday night for the best experience.
https://www.blackdogstpaul.com/

8. Harriet Island

St Paul and Minneapolis are known for their free parks, and Harriet Island certainly is one of the best on offer. It’s the perfect place for a picnic or to take a hike.
https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/parks-recreation/harriet-island-regional-park

Downtown St Paul

If you’re looking to buy or sell a condo, a townhome or a single-family home in St. Paul or the surrounding areas, please feel free to contact RE/MAX Results – Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor at 612-616-9714 or visit www.ShannonLindstromRealtor.com today.

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