Alexander Ramsey House – 9 miles from Roseville – Alexander Ramsey House is a historic Victorian-era home in Saint Paul, built by Minnesota’s first territorial governor, Alexander Ramsey. The home is filled with thousands of original family items and furnishings.
Cathedral of Saint Paul – 8 miles from Roseville – The Cathedral of Saint Paul is a historical landmark and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. It is one of the most prominent buildings in Saint Paul and is a center of spiritual worship.
Gibbs Farm – 2 miles from Roseville – Gibbs Farm is a historic museum interpreting pioneer and Dakota life in the mid 1800s. Site contains Dakota-style tipi, a bark lodge, a wild rice camp, and the Gibbs family’s historic farmhouse, barns and a replica of their first sod house.
Goldstein Museum of Design – 2 miles from Roseville – Goldstein Museum of Design, part of the University of Minnesota’s College of Design, advances the understanding and appreciation of design through exhibitions, research, preservation, and education.
Historic Fort Snelling – 17 miles from Roseville – Historic Fort Snelling is recognized as a national historic landmark dating back to the 1820s. It is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the US-Dakota War of 1862, and much more.
James J. Hill House – 9 miles from Roseville – James J. Hill House is recognized as a national historic landmark. Guided tours of the James J. Hill House are offered Wednesday – Sunday. The tour brings visitors through four floors of the house and includes a 10-minute video on James J. Hill.
Landmark Center – 8 miles from Roseville – Landmark Center is a historic landmark and serves as a cultural center for music, dance, theater, exhibitions, public forums, and hosts countless special events.
Minnesota Children’s Museum – 17 miles from Roseville – Minnesota Children’s Museum brings an exciting, immersive world to children by arousing their curiosity. Through their exhibits and programs, the museum emphasizes play as a critical ingredient in every child’s development.
Minnesota History Center – 9 miles from Roseville – Minnesota History Center is an interactive museum with permanent and changing exhibits and hosts concerts, lectures, family days and other special events throughout the year. It’s also home to the Minnesota Historical Society’s collections and provides a place for visitors to discover their connections to the past.
Minnesota Museum of American Art – 8 miles from Roseville – The Minnesota Museum of American Art showcases the unique voice of American artists from the 19th century to the present.
Minnesota State Capitol – 8 miles from Roseville – The Minnesota State Capitol is considered an architectural masterpiece and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. See the capitol restored to awe-inspiring glory! Discover its incredible history, art, and architecture on their tours.
Minnesota Transportation Museum – 7 miles from Roseville – Experience the history of Minnesota and upper-Midwest railroads through interactive displays at the Minnesota Transportation Museum. Travel through history with in-depth exhibits featuring local and regional railway and bus history. Operate a genuine roundhouse turntable, one of the last of its kind in the country.
Science Museum of Minnesota – 9 miles from Roseville – Science Museum of Minnesota features hands-on exhibits, breathtaking Omnitheater films, special events, and unparalleled education programs. The museum focuses on topics in technology, natural history, physical science, and mathematics education.
Twin City Model Railroad Museum – 4 miles from Roseville – Twin City Model Railroad Museum is dedicated to depicting the history of railroading through scale model railroad layouts as well as telling the story of railroad history in Minnesota. Visit the building full of train layouts and exhibits of every size imaginable. Run the Thomas the Tank Engine layout and push buttons to operate features on the layouts.