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Meet on the Mississippi River

Saint Paul is your meetings destination on the Mississippi River.

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Wedding Venues

Landmark Center Letoile, Bridal Suite of the Saint Paul Hotel Science Museum of Minnesota James J Hill Reference library Union Depot Padelford Riverboats 317 on Rice Park Bridal Suite at A'bule in Lowertown

Saint Paul Wedding

Wedding on the roof of Abule in downtown. "The most precious possession that ever comes to a man in this world, is a woman's heart."
- Josiah Holland Mears Park makes for a great backdrop year-round. Celebrating the happy couple! Bride and groom walking across 5th Street to the Landmark Center. Bride & Groom Photo-op! The Padelford Riverboats has a charm like no other in the city. Rice Park is annually decorated with lights in the holiday season. Family fun with the chalkboards! 317 on Rice Park has been a Saint Paul landmark since 1914.

Festivals and Events

One of the nation's largest and best-attended fairs, the Minnesota State Fair is twelve days of fun ending Labor Day. The Beer Dabbler at the Saint Paul Winter Carnival is Minnesota's outdoor beer festival that takes place in winter and summer three times a year. The Beer Dabbler at Highland Fest is Minnesota's outdoor beer festival that takes place in winter and summer three times a year. Cinco de Mayo draws thousands of people to Saint Paul's West Side neighborhood with lots of ethnic foods and music. 
Summer in Saint Paul kicks off with Grand Old Day on Saint Paul's beautiful Grand Avenue. Twin Cities Jazzfest draws thousands of people to Mears Park annually. For more than 125 years, Saint Paul has embraced the winter season with the Saint Paul Winter Carnival.

Sports & Recreation

Mississippi River

Historic Sites

Built in 1931, the First National Bank building is 32 stories and struggled to acquire building materials during construction due to the construction of the Empire State Building. Built in the early 1820s, Historic Fort Snelling is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II. One of the nation's best preserved Victorian-era homes, St. Paul's Ramsey House offers a glimpse into family and servant life in the 1870s. The James J Hill House is the preserved home of the Great Northern Railroad Founder and is a Gilded Age relic. The beautiful Minnesota State Capitol offers daily tours. Once a speakeasy in the 1920s and 30s, Wabasha Street Caves offers guided tours, a swing dance night on Thursdays and is thought to be haunted. The Cathedral of Saint Paul is an immaculate structure overlooking downtown. Once the Federal Courts Building, Landmark Center is now open to the public.
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