James J. Hill House
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This is a beautiful, historical home that is fascinating to tour. It's massive and built by the great railroad tycoon James J. Hill. You will love it!
Join a guided tour to learn about Christmas traditions for the Hill family and their servants. Guides bring visitors through the home while sharing family stories and memories, including Mrs. Hill's lavish seven-course holiday meal in 1910, how the servants kept their own holiday traditions, and…
A great tour of an amazing home of Summit Drive. It gives you a good sense of the history of Saint Paul when it was a railroad hub.
You can't see it all in any one visit but this incredible historic home is known as Minnesota's Downton Abbey for a reason. Check online for tour timings which rotate throughout the year.
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