Walking Tour of Saint Paul

"Uniquely St. Paul," put out by the Rotary Club of Saint Paul, is a new self-guided walking tour of Minnesota's capital city.  Just in time for the Republican National Convention, the tour takes people past 13 downtown Saint Paul historic sites beginning and ending at the Landmark Center. Two other strolls offer highlights of Lowertown and the Mississippi River.  People who take the tour will get some exercise and interesting facts along the way. Find out who why places are named as they are and other little-known details about St. Paul’s landmarks and influential residents.

The free brochure to take the tour is available at the Landmark Center, downtown hotels and other tour sites. It was funded by the Todd and Martha Nicholson Family Foundation, AAA Minnesota/Iowa, 3M Co., Padelford Riverboats and the St. Paul Rotary Foundation.

The Rotary Club has printed 20,000 brochures, but more may be printed if there is a need. For more information or to print off your own brochure at home, go to www.stpaulrotary.org.

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