St. Paul Travel Guide
Welcome to St. Paul!
This WorldWeb.com travel and tourism guide for St. Paul, featuring hotels and other accommodations, tours, attractions, events, shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Minnesota's capital, St. Paul, is the smaller and quieter district of the Twin Cities, retaining a more historic look than its twin across the Mississippi River, Minneapolis. Though St. Paul is continuously growing—new high-rises are being steadily constructed—the past is well documented in such centers as the Minnesota Museum of American Art and historic Fort Snelling. St. Paul is recognized for its wealth of architectural mastery, ranging from the Minnesota State Capitol to the dramatic Landmark Center. Walking tours are a popular way of becoming familiar with the Waterfront City, as are boat rides along the Mississippi. For nightly activities, the Ordway Music Theatre offers Broadway musicals and concerts, and the nightlife and restaurant selection in St. Paul is varied and of high quality. The state capital has a refreshing blend of cultural history, stunning scenery, and modernized infrastructure.
Through a combination of interactive exhibits, theatre presentations, science demonstrations and films, the Science Museum of Minnesota teaches people of all ages to learn about their surrounding world through science.
Hotels & Motels
The Crowne Plaza Hotel overlooks the river, and is located in downtown St.
Experience the lesser known side of life in the Twin Cities.