City of Saint Paul, MN – Click Here
Saint Paul is the state capital and the second-most populous city in Minnesota with a population of just over 300,000. The city lies on the bank of the Mississippi and is one of the “Twin Cities” with Minneapolis. Known to have more of a small town feel than its sister city to the west. Saint Paul has a wonderful park system and the division of Parks and recreation runs over 1,500 organized sports teams. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area in the 16th largest in the United States. Known for special events like the Winter Carnival and Grand old days. This city is filled with historic buildings and charming architecture of buildings and homes. Just some of the many wonderful things to see in Saint Paul are the Science Museum of Minnesota, Cathedral of Saint Paul, Como Park Zoo and Conservatory, Fitzgerald Theater, Science Museum of Minnesota, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Minnesota Children’s Museum and Minnesota State Fair.
The city is home to the Saint Paul Saints baseball team, Minnesota Wild and the new home of the Minnesota United FC. Sport illustrated called Saint Paul Hockeytown USA.
Welcome to Saint Paul Public Schools – Click for more info
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is one of Minnesota’s largest school districts with more than 37,000 students. Highly trained and deeply dedicated staff, cutting-edge academic programs, and strong community support are among the district’s hallmarks. Our student population is diverse, with students who speak more than 125 languages and dialects.
Saint Paul Public School Niche Grade B-
St. Paul Public School District is a public school district located in Saint Paul, MN. It has 37,698 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
Minnesota Children’s Museum – Minnesota Children’s Museum is meant for children to learn through play. Both children and adults come to enjoy the power of play! They have exhibits to see daily and programs for kids to join. This museum is consistently rates as the top children’s museum in the country.
Science Museum – The Science Museum was founded in 1907 and well known for the hands-on experience to science. When you visit you will experience topics such as technology, physical science, mathematics, and natural history. This is definitely a must-do museum when visiting Saint Paul or living in the area.
Como Zoo – Como Park Zoo and Marjorie McNeely Conservatory are owned by the city of Saint Paul and have been around for over 100 years. The zoo and conservatory help to create connections and values with the animals, plants and gardens that are located here. The zoo features large cats, aquatic life, birds, primates, African hoofed animals, seal island and the world class polar bear exhibit. The conservatory has under glass two acres of plant life which includes bonsai trees, ferns, orchids, seasonal flowers and many outdoor gardens. The zoo and conservatory are both free to the public all year round but donations are suggested.
Ordway Center – The Ordway was originated in 1985 and is recognized as one of the US’s leading not-for-profit performing arts centers. They have a wide variety of performances throughout the year that encompass the finest in American musical theater, world music, dance, and vocal artists in its Music Theater and Concert Hall. Make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit The Ordway for a show you will not forget.
Xcel Energy Center – Multi-purpose arena for Minnesota Sports & Entertainment, but home to the NHL’s Minnesota Wild. Between hockey and entertainment you will be sure to visit the Xcel Energy at least once. With numerous dining options, bars, hotels nearby you can make an enjoyable evening in the heart of Saint Paul.
Minnesota State Fair – One of the most popular tourist destinations in the region you CANNOT miss the “Great Minnesota Get-Together”, that attracts more than 2 millions annually. If you’re coming for the entertainment or the food everyone will find something to enjoy at the fair! They have top artist performing at the Grandstand while the fair is open, new and amazing food to try, free live music, rides & attractions, and plenty of shopping for all. This is one of those you pack the family up and drive to enjoy at least one day at the fair.
Augustine’s Bar & Bakery – Menu
Fitzgerald’s – Menu
J. Selby’s – Menu
O’Gara’s Bar & Grill – Menu
Pizza Luce – Menu
Red Cow – Menu
The commodore – Menu
The Happy Gnome – Menu
The Naughty Greek – Menu
W.A. Frost – Menu
Blue Door Pub – Menu
French Hen Café – Menu
Moscow on the Hill – Menu
The Neighborhood Café – Menu
Biergarten Germania – Menu
Big River Pizza – Menu
Black Dog – Menu
Handsome Hog – Menu
Kyatchi – Menu
Ox Cart Ale House – Menu
PUBLIC Kitchen + Bar – Menu
Sainte Dinette – Menu
The Bulldog Lowertown – Menu
The Buttered Tin – Menu
Dark Horse – Menu
Kelly’s Depot Bar & Grill – Menu
Barrio Tequila Bar – Menu
Bonfire Wood Fire Cooking – Menu
Café Latte – Menu
Colossal Café – Menu
D’Amico & Sons – Menu
Dixie’s on Grand – Menu
Emmett’s Public House – Menu
Grand Ole Creamery & Pizzeria – Menu
Italian Pie Shoppe & Winery – Menu
Saji-Ya – Menu
Salut Bar Americain – Menu
The Lexington – Menu
Brasa – Menu
Everest on Grand – Menu
Shish – Menu
Tavern on Grand – Menu
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