The Cathedral
239 Selby Avenue

Open 1:30 – 4:30pm. Two guided tours will be offered on a first come first serve basis at 1:30 and 2:30.

Construction of the Classical Renaissance style Cathedral began in 1906, with the first services held there in 1915. It was designed by French architect Emmanuel Masqueray.

275 Summit Avenue

Summit Manor Reception House

Charles Schuneman House

Architects: Clarence H. Johnston


60 Kent Street

St. John's Episcopal Church

Architects: Cass Gilbert


420 Summit Avenue

The University Club of St. Paul

Architect:  Reed & Stem


240 Summit Avenue

James J. Hill House

Architect:  Peabody and Stearns, 

Mark Fitzpatrick


The trolley will run between St. John’s and the Hill House along Portland and Summit Avenues, stops will be marked with signs and on the tour map in your ticket book.

Karen Melvin, local photographer and publisher will sell her book Great Houses of Summit Avueue and the Hill District at the German House and will donate a portion of the proceeds to RHA.

Ticket prices increase the day of the tour and not online.

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