Due to current restoration efforts and construction activity at the Minnesota Governor's Residence, there are no public tours scheduled at this time. An updated tour schedule for 2014 will be announced later this spring. Visit the Governor's Residence website at mn.gov/governors-residence for more information about the current restoration activities.
Located at 1006 Summit Avenue in St. Paul's historic Summit Avenue neighborhood, the Minnesota Governor's Residence is one of many stately houses in the area originally built for families that are today a part of the fabric of Minnesota history. Like many similar historic properties, the Minnesota Governor's Residence is periodically opened for public tours. Learn more on the Governor's Residence website at mn.gov/governors-residence.
Free parking is available on Summit Avenue and local side streets.
The Governor's Residence is occasionally opened to the public for tours. Upon arrival, photo identification is required for entry. The Residence is wheelchair accessible but has the restrictions of a historic home.
1910-1912/William Channing Whitney
Roughly 16,000 square feet (originally 14,706 square feet)