24 Jul Visit James J. Hill House, in St. Paul Minnesota!
Visit James J. Hill House, in St. Paul Minnesota!
The James J. Hill House was built by railroad magnate James J. Hill. Completed in 1891. It is near the astern end of Summit Ave and within site of the Cathedral of Saint Paul. It is a National Historic Landmark and operated by the Minnesota Historical Society. Visit James J. Hill House soon!
The home is 36,000 square feet of living area and 44,552 square feet of total space. It is built on three lots. Designed by East Coast architectural firm Peabody, Steams and Furber. Designed in the Richardson Romanesque style.
The home features Hill’s collection of painting and sculpture. The home even has a pipe organ built into it. Filled with intricate, hand-carved woodworking.
The James J. Hill House is the largest in St. Paul. Features 13 bathrooms, 22 fireplaces, 16 chandeliers, a reception hall that is 100 feet long, and a two-story gallery with skylight art gallery.
The James J. Hill House is open to public you can visit James J. Hill house soon and the address is 240 Summit Ave. in Saint Paul. Tours will be starting again soon and information on admission
and pricing can be found at www.mnhs.org.
You can also hold your reception, birthday, family reunions or business meeting at the James J. Hill House for more information about a visit to James J. Jill House click here