Lowertown Walking Tours
Lowertown's story is told through layers of history, evident in the great works of architecture that have withstood the district's rise, fall, and recent revitalization.
Home to buildings by architectural greats such as Charles S. Frost, Cass Gilbert, and J. Walter Stevens, the visual unity of Lowertown arises from similarities in construction materials, most of which were locally sourced - red bricks from Lilydale; cream bricks from Chaska; granite and other stone from Rockville, Hinckley, and Saint Cloud.
Since 2010, Lowertown Landing has been offering free historic walking tours during the summer to share the stories behind Lowertown's historic facade, made possible by grants from the Lowertown Future Fund. Summer 2014 tours run Tuesdays and Thursdays from July 15 through August 7. Click here to sign up today!
Did you miss this year's tour? Checkout the walking tours of Lowertown below. You can also download our free Lowertown mobile app in the iTunes or Android stores, which includes an audio-guided tour through the Lowertown district.
Other Lowertown Related Walking Tour Guides
- Preservation Alliance of Minnesota: Mears Park and Rice Park Walking Tours
- Twin Cities Public Television (TPT): Union Depot Walking Tour
- Andrew G. Earhart: The Mears Park Area
- City of Saint Paul and Saint paul Heritage Preservation Commission: Saint Paul's Historic Lowertown, A Walking Tour
- Historic Saint Paul: East Side Walking Tour
- The Lower Phalen Creek Project: East Side Trail Guide
- Cass Gilbert Society: Cass Gilbert Walking Tour
- Rotary Club of Saint Paul: Uniquely Saint Paul, A Self Guided Walking Tour
- Saint Paul Historical: Lowertown Walking Tour