The Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul will re-open to the public on Jan. 3rd, following the largest preservation effort since it first opened in 1905, costing 310-million dollars.
From gleaming marble, vibrant art and new public spaces, to plumbing, mechanical, wiring and safety upgrades, the restored Capitol will shine and be capable of welcoming all Minnesotans for another 100 years.
A free Grand Opening, Aug. 11-13, 2017, will celebrate the historic restoration with activities for all ages and interests.
On January 3rd, the Capitol will be open for the legislative session and for free daily tours. Visitors will be able to see many changes and additions to the historic capitol building.....