In light of new COVID-19 guidelines from the State of Minnesota, Landmark Center is open to the public for limited hours: Wednesdays-Fridays and Sundays, 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 press 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. 651.292.3293).
Landmark Center strives to provide a broad menu of safe, family-friendly cultural events for everyone in our community. COVID-19 is still prevalent in Minnesota. With this is mind, Landmark Center has put the health and well being of our audience, artists, community partners, and volunteers as our foremost priority. Our staff is doubling down on ensuring Landmark Center is a safe, clean, and healthy environment.
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..
Join us online – here on the website or social media channels – for the upcoming virtual events.
Address and Location:
Landmark Center is located at 75 Fifth Street West, Saint Paul, MN 55102.
Located on the north side of Rice Park in downtown St. Paul. Landmark Center is next to The Saint Paul Hotel, the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, and the George Latimer Central Public Library.
Ramps within 3 blocks:
RiverCentre Ramp: Enter on Kellogg Blvd.
Lawson Ramp: Enter on 5th Street (one-way going east) between Wabasha and St. Peter Streets.
Science Museum of Minnesota ramp: Enter on Kellogg Blvd.
Treasure Island Center: Enter on Wabasha St. (one-way, north) between 6th and 7th Streets or you may enter on 6th Street between Cedar and Wabasha.
The Victory Ramp: Enter on Wabasha St. (one-way, north) between 4th & 5th Streets.
The Minnesota World Trade Center: Enter on Cedar St. (one-way, south) between 6th & 7th Streets.
Meters surround the building and Rice Park area and are enforced Monday through Saturday, 8 am to 10 pm. Approximately $2 per hour. *Please note: the city adjusts the meters to a higher rate if there is a special event going on at Xcel Energy or at CHS Field in Lowertown.*
Meters are FREE after 10 pm and on Sundays. For more parking information, visit www.stpaul.gov/parking.
A bike rack is located on Washington Street at the 5th Street corner.
Landmark Center is accessible for persons with mobility challenges. The accessible entrance is on Market Street, just off 6th Street (north east corner of building). Market Street is occasionally closed for special events, so please call ahead if you have concerns.
Once inside, elevators that go to all floors are located on the north end of the main floor Musser Cortile.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on second, third and fourth floors. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Minnesota Landmarks administrative office at 651.292.3233 or email@example.com.
Landmark Center welcomes amateur and professional photographers. A photography pass is required for professional photo shoots. Photography is not always permitted based on building activities and use. Please visit our photography guidelines.
Buses drop off and pick up passengers at 5th & Market Streets in front of Landmark Center or at 6th and Washington Streets, depending on the direction you are traveling.
For schedule information please contact Metro Transit at (612) 373-3333 or visit their website at www.metrotransit.org.