Minnesota
Saint Paul
Interesting
Saint Paul The Essential
Interesting
While Minneapolis has been called the first city of the West and a sparkling paean to commerce and wealth, St. Paul is considered the last city of the East; close to its Old World roots, protective of its architecture and, like many European burgs, difficult to navigate without a map. The area around Rice Park epitomizes St. Paul's elegance, and its science and children's museums are the finest in the state. Some of the best cafe-crawling and window-shopping in the Twin Cities can be done on Grand Avenue, where boutiques crowd into old Victorian structures.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint Paul
Rice Park
Rice Park
Hemmed in by Fourth and Fifth streets,
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Summit Avenue
Summit Avenue
Sprawled across the highest ground in St
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Fort Snelling
Fort Snelling
Begun in 1819, Fort Snelling ranks as
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Science Museum of Minnesota
Science Museum of Minnesota
Among the first-rate exhibits at this
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Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
Situated in 450-acre Como Park, one of
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James J. Hill House
James J. Hill House
This 1891 Richardsonian Romanesque manse
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