Welcome – we’re open!

In light of new COVID-19 guidelines from the State of Minnesota, Landmark Center will REOPEN to the public beginning Wednesday, February 3, and will be open Wednesdays-Fridays, and Sundays from  12 to 4 p.m.  Guests will enter through the 5th St. entrance only. Visitors requiring use of the Accessible Entrance on Market St. (near 6th St.) should depress the call button to alert staff to admit them.  No advance reservation is required for admission. (Those who are interested in renting Landmark’s spaces must make a reservation with the Landmark Center Events Dept. 651.292.3228). 

COVID Safety: All guests must follow protocol guidelines and wear face coverings at all times while in the building. Guests are encouraged to bring their own, but Landmark Center will gladly provide one to any guests who needs a covering.  Landmark Center staff regularly sanitizes high-touch surfaces during building hours, and touchless sanitization stations are located throughout the building, on each floor.

Please join us online – here on the website or on Landmark Center social media pages – for virtual events. 

Landmark Center — a dynamic cultural center for music, dance, theater, exhibitions, public forums, and more — hosts countless special events for the community. During COVID-19, our website will serve as primary host to engaging, enlightening virtual programs for every age! As we implement future events and activities at Landmark Center, we will continue to put the health and well being of our audience, artists, community partners, and volunteers as a foremost priority and ensure Landmark Center is a safe, clean and healthy environment.

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Please check our website for any cancellations or changes to Landmark Center’s schedule of activities and cultural programs.

Landmark Center is owned and supported by Ramsey County and managed by Minnesota Landmarks, a non-profit agency dedicated to managing and maintaining Landmark Center as a historic landmark and cultural center.