Experience Saint Paul with summer events at Landmark Center
Summer events at Landmark Center allow participants to learn more about Saint Paul, the Mississippi River and landmarks within the city.
Saint Paul walking tours
Explore Saint Paul during three different walking tours lead by tour guides. All tours are free and run from June to September. Reservations are required and open on a rolling basis four weeks prior to a tour date. All tours begin at 10 a.m.
- Rice Park tours - Every second Wednesday of the month beginning June 12, learn about the secrets of one of Saint Paul's oldest and most popular parks, and the buildings that surround it.
- Heart of the City tours - Every third Wednesday of the month beginning June 19, discover historic landmarks in the heart of Saint Paul.
- Great River tours - Every fourth Wednesday of the month beginning June 26, learn about Saint Paul's history and how it began, the Mississippi River as a resource and surrounding landmarks.
Music in the Cafe
The summer concert series returns this year. Concerts are free and begin at noon on select Thursdays in Landmark Center’s atrium, the beautiful Musser Cortile. Guests are welcome to enjoy their lunch while they listen.
- June 13: Pushing Chain plays Folky-Tonk music featuring guitar, fiddle, and vocals.
- June 27: The Crow’s Delight mash up Irish traditional, folk, swing, gypsy, pop/British New Wave and world music into shiny gems of song.
- July 11: Peter Kogan Trio, a jazz ensemble featuring Kogan on drums, Abebi Stafford on piano and Ted Olson on bass.
- July 25: SisterTree is a Celtic/Americana folk duo featuring radiant harmonies for strings and voices from Minneapolis.
Flint Hills Family Festival
There’s hundreds of ways to play at the Flint Hills Family Festival with three indoor performances, two outdoor stages and free activities in Rice Park, Landmark Plaza and the Ordway.
Tickets and information can be found on the Ordway Theater website.