MUSEUMS & EXHIBITS

American Association of Woodturners Gallery

lathe

The Gallery of Wood Art offers an often surprising and always engaging view of contemporary works created in wood and also features educational exhibits, a display of vintage lathes, and a gallery gift store offering turned items, books and DVDs.

Hours: Tuesday – Friday; 11 am – 4 pm
            Sunday; 12 pm – 3 pm
           (Group tours available)

Current Exhibit: "Rising"

The current exhibit in the Gallery of Wood Art is titled "Rising". Each beautiful piece is an individually-created original work of art, inspired by the artist's interpretation of the title theme. The exhibit will be open through December 28, 2014.

Get more information at their web site: www.galleryofwoodart.org

Landmark Gallery

Landmark Gallery

“A Landmark Reclaimed: From Federal Building to Community Icon” in the Landmark Gallery, a permanent exhibition located on the lower level of Landmark Center. The exhibit chronicles the history of Landmark Center and the people who made it the community icon it is today.

Hours: Open during building hours

Uncle Sam Worked Here

Postal Station

An interactive interpretive exhibit that gives visitors a glimpse into federal courts, wartime activities, prohibition, Immigration and more, that occurred in Landmark Center over the past 105 years.

To learn more about the exhibit, or to schedule a guided tour, click here.

To view our video and interactive online program, just click here.

Hours: Open during building hours

Ramsey County Historical Society Gallery

Hours: Open during building hours

Current Exhibit: Reflections on Ramsey: Artwork & Artifacts from our Capital County

The Ramsey County Historical Society’s new exhibition of artwork and photography is “Reflections on Ramsey.” Iconic landscapes and historic themes from Ramsey County are featured in this juried exhibition. Accompanying the works of art are historical artifacts pertaining to the locations depicted. Given free rein to address their chosen subject, artists and photographers came up with wildly different interpretations of what is historic in Ramsey County. The artworks run a wide gamut of styles and subject matter, from delicate engravings to bold digital prints, from ethereal paintings to vibrant photographs. The exhibit run until December 29, 2014.

Located in the RCHS Gallery in Landmark Center.

Exhibit programs are free and open to the public.

Get more information at their web site: www.rchs.com

Ramsey County Historical Society Research Center

Hours: Monday – Thursday; 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm

The Research Center contains non-circulating collections documenting the history of Ramsey County and St. Paul. The collection contains books, periodicals, city directories, maps, photographs, personal papers, business and organization records, architectural information and materials on clubs, schools, and churches.

Located in the lower level of Landmark Center.

Get more information at their web site: http://www.rchs.com/library_archives.htm

The Schubert Club Museum

Instrument Tornado

The Schubert Club Museum’s 4,500-square-foot space is located on the 2nd floor.  Guests will be introduced to The Schubert Club Museum by an interpretive guide in this orientation space. They will also encounter a massive sculpture of instruments upon their entry.

Hours: Sunday – Friday; 12 pm – 4 pm
           (Group tours available)

Get more information at their web site: www.schubert.org

North Gallery Exhibit

Hours: Open during building hours

Current Exhibit: Spires to the Sky: Landmark Center's Tower Restoration

This exhibit is an opportuinty to examine Landmark Center as it has changed over time from top to bottom, roofline to street. Over the past 100 years, Landmark Center's roofscape has gone from clay tile to asphalt single, back to clay tile. During our current restoration project, its 100-year-old tower roofs are being renewed and restored to soaring glory with new Ludovici tiles, new copper flashing and a sound roof base system that will bring them into the future for the next 100 years.

Located on the first floor in the North Gallery.

Exhibit programs are free and open to the public.