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Facility Type Facility Name Description City
Parks Cherokee Regional Park Realized as a potential recreational and natural green space in the early 1900s, Cherokee Regional Park has since developed into one of Saint Paul’s most visited parks, bringing in over 300,000 visitors a year. The park contains playgrounds, te... Saint Paul
Parks Chestnut Plaza Bordering the Mississippi River just south of the Science Museum of Minnesota, Chestnut Plaza is a beautifully designed public space melding together several serene elements: a modern fountain, warm brick flooring, medium-sized trees, and carved ston... Saint Paul
Parks City House Once slated for demolition, the iconic City House is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The City House facility, formerly know as the Saint Paul Municipal Elevator and Sackhouse, has been restored as a park pavilion and interpr... Saint Paul
Parks Clayland Park Clayland Park, adjacent to Newell Park, holds two tennis courts and provides open green space for small activities.  Saint Paul
Parks Cleveland Circle Challenging the paradigm of park design, Cleveland Circle spruces up the northwest entrance of the Xcel Energy Center with three beautiful public gardens and open lawns. The three gardens and lawns occupy their own corners of the busy intersection. Saint Paul
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