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See Saint Paul
Explore places like the Minnesota State Capitol from the safety and comfort of your home
Virtual Tours & Digital Experiences
Check out these great ways to virtually explore parts of Saint Paul.
Cathedral of Saint Paul
Como Live! Digital Legacy Learning – Como Style!
Get a close-up view of nature without even leaving home through the DNR’s Eagle Cam. Three eggs hatched in March - the first brood since 2017!
Hmong Cultural Center
Home to the most comprehensive collection of Hmong-related literature, scholarly research, and multimedia materials in North America, the Hmong Cultural Center is sharing a new online exhibit of Hmong Cultural Artifacts Sketch Drawings by Seexeng Lee.
Minnesota Governor's Residence
Tour the Minnesota Governor's Residence from the comfort of your own home, plus access photo galleries, videos, architectural information, and more.
Minnesota History Center
Minnesota History Center has put together videos, activity pages and access to research collections to learn more about Minnesota, their collections, and even your family history.
Minnesota Museum of American Art
Experience the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s current exhibitions, engage with the artwork and explore resources related to the art and artists on view through The M@HOME.
Minnesota State Capitol
Mississippi National River and Recreation Area
Did you know that the Mississippi riverfront in Saint Paul is part of a National Park? That’s right - the Mississippi River National River and Recreation Area is a 72 mile river park in the middle of a bustling urban setting. Enjoy a virtual tour through panoramas and Google Earth boundaries. The Ranger on Call audio tour includes unique stories of our national park on the Mississippi River. To get outside and explore, use the River Trip Planner.
Science Museum of Minnesota
Union Depot has two live cameras showcasing passing trains and the Mississippi River.
Minnesota State Parks
Go on virtual tours of Minnesota state parks, trails, and water trails.
Saint Paul via Google 360
Take a virtual tour of some of Saint Paul’s most iconic and interesting areas that cannot be reached by Google Street View. Visit Saint Paul partnered with Google Maps to document 21 areas of the city, including the Cathedral of Saint Paul, Como Park Zoo & Conservatory, Minnesota State Capitol Mall, area parks and more. Explore!
If you know of any other Saint Paul sites or attractions offering virtual tours or digital experiences, please email Nick Cusick at firstname.lastname@example.org.