St. Paul's Landmark Center
Landmark Center, a majestic pink granite
castle that has become the arts center of the city. Constructed as the
Federal Courts Building in 1902, it was saved from demolition in 1972 and
is now home to many performing and visual arts organizations. The
Landmark also hosts an annual Scottish Ramble, St. Patrick’s Day and other
ethnic celebrations and the Holiday Craft Bazaar, which are open to the
public. Its street level visitor’s center is a great spot to pick up a Saint Paul
Visitor and Vacation Guide or other information on Saint Paul activities.
Dillinger’s apartment, nightclubs and locations of infamous robberies, shoot-outs and murders.
Several local tour operators also offer gangster-themed or specialized Saint Paul historical tours.
Step back into the era with a little swing at the Wabasha Street Caves. The Caves, once a
speakeasy where gangsters cut a rug, now opens its doors for tours, public events and private parties.
The Landmark Center