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Landmark Center serves as a cultural center for music, dance, theater, exhibitions, public forums, and hosts countless special events. Landmark Center is owned and supported by Ramsey County and managed by Minnesota Landmarks, a non-profit agency.
handicap accessible bathrooms are on the second floor.
AED (automated external defibrillator) available at the visitor desk on the main floor, south end of the building
stroller and wheelchair accessible entrance on east side (market street)
ballet tuesdays with the st. paul ballet company: lunchtime performance in the atrium gives kids a chance to meet the ballerinas and watch a dance up close. 2nd tuesday of the month at noon.
Lots of cool stuff going on here all the time. Check it out!
Head to the Nooks and Crannies tour. Best free outing in St. Paul.
Perfect place for a wedding.
Free classical concerts every Thursday at noon, Oct-Apr. courtroom 317
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Hunted place in Minnesota? Especially at elavator! @ Landmark Center
Check out the free Schubert Club museum on the 2nd floor. Museum of instruments and manuscripts. Closed Saturdays.
Yes, it is haunted. The rumors are true.
I hear the elevator is haunted; do you dare to take it for a ride? Check out the Schubert Club Museum and Landmark Gallery for some great displays!
The two museums are free! Must visit!
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The Landmark Center was built in 1902 as a federal courthouse, post office, and customs building.
Join the Irish Music and Dance Association for our 31st Annual St. Patrick's Day Irish Celebration Mar. 17 and Day of Irish Dance Mar. 18.
Visit the two Museums, they are free! Check event info, we listened to a free concert on our last visit. This is also a great wedding venue (I was married here in 2000)!
Compas arts Ed on 3. SPCA arts school on 5.
Security staff is really helpful!
This Chateauesque granite building with clock towers and ornate interiors was designed by Willoughby J. Edbrooke and built in 1894-1902 to serve as the U.S. Post Office, Courthouse, and Customs House.
Very affordable to rent for a party or event. Don't overlook the historic and fabulous courtrooms!
This was built in 1902 & originally served as the Federal Court House & Post Office for the Upper Midwest. In the 1970s, a group of determined citizens saved the building from the wrecking ball.