Country Inn Suites Red Wing

4275 Highway 61 West, Red Wing, Minnesota, 55066, United States
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Travel Tips for Red Wing

Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul Depot

by yooperprof

Red Wing has a beautiful old railway depot down by the river that's been converted into an art gallery and tourism information center.

The Depot was built in 1905 by a well-known station architect, J.N. Nettenstrom, and is a near-copy of a very similiar building in Keokuk Iowa.

Old Brick Buildings

by zrim

I love the way the old parts of towns look with their brick buildings. They don't build them like this anymore. It is my view that any brick building that is restored and preserved enriches the town in which it is located. In Minnesota we have been doing a good job with our preservation efforts over the past two or three decades.

The Old Train Depot

by zrim

The old train depot looks out on the Mississippi River. It is still a working station as the Empire Builder passenger train (amtrack) comes through twice a day on its journey from Chicago to Minneapolis and vice versa. Again a building that has been nicely preserved.

The St. James Hotel

by zrim

The St. James is a landmark. A beautiful old river hotel with sweeping views of the Mississippi. The front of the building is impeccably preserved. The rear is another story, however. There is a less than aesthetically pleasing addition that was built within the past ten years or so. In my opinion the view from the Missippi back up towards downtown Red Wing has been destroyed by this architectural gaff.

T. B. Shelton House

by yooperprof

Theodore B. Shelton arrived in the fledgling town of Red Wing in 1856 and soon after opened a dry goods store which became the base of a commercial empire. Eventually diversifying into mills and warehouses, banking and pottery, Shelton was one of Red Wing's first millionaires and a great civic benefactor. It was he who provided the wherewithal which enabled the construction of the civic auditorium that bears his name.

This Second Empire style home was built in 1875 - originally there was a mansard roof that was removed in 1958 due to water damage.


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Address: 4275 Highway 61 West, Red Wing, Minnesota, 55066, United States