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Minnesota State Capitol

North End

Saint Paul's North End is home to the illustrious Minnesota State Capitol—plus, some pretty cool trails and historic sites.

The North End's rich history dates back to the early 1900s, when many European immigrants moved to the Eastern neighborhoods of Saint Paul. While the glorious Minnesota State Capitol Building is an obvious must-see (especially after its incredible restoration), history buffs can also geek out at the Oakland Cemetery—prominent Minnesota politicians such Henry Sibley, William Marshall and Alexander Ramsey are buried here. The North End also marks the start of the Gateway Trail, an 18-mile route connecting Saint Paul to the charming riverfront city of Stillwater, Minnesota.

 

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Marydale Park North End/State Capitol

Marydale Park

Loeb Lake is designated by the Minnesota DNR as a children’s fishing pond where… More Info

Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) Training & Event Center
North End/State Capitol

Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) Training & Event Center

Perfect for small groups, this space features high-beam ceilings and excellent AV… More Info

Peddler’s Pub North End/State Capitol

Peddler’s Pub

Peddlers Pub, located in the Capitol Ridge Building, serves traditional American… More Info

Coffee Cup North End/State Capitol

Coffee Cup

An All American Diner -authenticity that goes a long way.

Conny’s Creamy Cone North End/State Capitol

Conny’s Creamy Cone

Serving a large variety of soft serve treats for you and your family and friends.

Mama’s Pizza North End/State Capitol

Mama’s Pizza

Neighborhood go-to for red-sauce favorites, pizzas, sandwiches, chicken and burgers.

Tin Cup’s North End/State Capitol

Tin Cup’s

Old-school spot known for its burgers serves comfort eats & cocktails in an unfussy locale.

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