|Mall of America|
Since opening its doors in 1992, Mall of America has become one of the top tourist destinations in the country, receiving over 40 million visitors annually; the most of any mall in the world.
|Science Museum of Minesota|
The Science Museum of Minnesota, founded in 1907, is a large regional science museum located on the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul. The Science Museum's programs combine research and collection facilities, a public science education center, extensive teacher education and school outreach programs, and an Imax Convertible Dome Omnitheater to provide science education to our audience of more than a million people per year.
|Saint Paul Public Library|
The Saint Paul Public Library traces its earliest beginnings to 1856 when the newly formed Young Men's Christian Association opened a reading room. The following year, both the Saint Paul Library Association and the Mercantile Library Association also were organized. These early efforts all merged in 1863 into the Saint Paul Library Association.
|Ordway Center for the Performing Arts|
The Ordway, recognized as one of the U.S.’s leading not-for-profit performing arts centers, is home to a wide variety of performances throughout the year that encompass the finest in American musical theater, world music, dance, and vocal artists on its Music Theater stage.
|Xcel Energy Center|
Xcel Energy Center is regarded as one of the finest arenas in the world. The one-of-a-kind, multi-purpose facility is home to more than 150 sporting and entertainment events and approximately 1.7 million visitors each year.
|Park Square Theatre|
Park Square opened in 1975, and with our move to the Historic Hamm Building in 1997, we began our strong relationship with Actors’ Equity Association (the union of professional actors and stage managers), and embraced a leading role as a producer of contemporary plays. Since then, we’ve grown into St. Paul’s top employer of local stage talent.
|Minnesota History Center|
An interactive museum with both permanent and changing exhibits, the Minnesota History Center hosts concerts, lectures, family days, and other special events throughout the year. The building is also home to the Minnesota Historical Society library and archives-a research destination for schoolchildren, family historians and academics.
|Minnesota State Capital|
Designed by Cass Gilbert, the Minnesota State Capitol is considered an architectural masterpiece.
|Como Zoo and Conservatory|
Como Zoo was the first zoo established in Minnesota. Founded in 1897, the zoo is located within Como Park, in St. Paul. Como Zoo is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
The Guthrie Theater opened on May 7, 1963, with a production of Hamlet directed by Sir Tyrone Guthrie, the theater's founder. The Guthrie Theater is an American center for theater performance, production, education, and professional training. By presenting both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures, the Guthrie illuminates the common humanity connecting Minnesota to the peoples of the world.