ST.PAUL, Minneapolis

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  • Summit Avenue House
    Summit Avenue House
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    The entrance of the street caves
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  • Visit the Sculpture Garden,...

    by germanyamy Written Aug 24, 2002

    Visit the Sculpture Garden, drive down Summit Avenue, see a St. Paul Saints minor league baseball game in the summer (if you can get tickets!), visit the Mall of America if you must, walk around Uptown and Lake Calhoun.

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    The more subtle half of the Twin Cities

    by etfromnc Updated May 20, 2009

    Whatever your reason for going to Minneapolis, do not miss spending at least a day, perhaps several in St Paul. It is smaller but it is also the seat of Minnesota government and it has a lot more history.

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    Science Museum of Minnesota

    by Jim_Eliason Written Dec 17, 2005

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    Science Museum of Minnesota

    This museum in downtown St. Paul is huge and has displays of everything from the Human body and genetics to Dinosaurs.

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    See Both Twin Cities

    by mcpangie Written Jan 7, 2004

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    Minnesota's Capitol Building

    Saint Paul is a nice town to wander around in. If you're in the Twin Cities, might as well see them both.

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    When in Saint-Paul, one should...

    by JosM Updated Apr 28, 2004

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    Summit Avenue

    When in Saint-Paul, one should see Summit Avenue. Summit has many early 20th century houses and is a lovely street to walk in.

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