Saint Paul, MN

The must-see public artworks in St. Paul

Stephanie Moua

ST. PAUL, MN — From sidewalk poetry to murals and sculptures, we will guide you to discover public art places in Saint Paul. Keep scrolling down to see our highlight of the must-visit public art in St. Paul.

Urban Flower Field at Pedro Park

Location: Pedro Park 114 E 10th St. Paul, MN 55101

In 2014, it made its debut in downtown Saint Paul at the future Pedro Park site. Urban Flower Field is a low-cost, short-term project that blends art and science to transform an abandoned lot into a dynamic learning and sharing center.

This park is usually a destination for scientists from nearby universities to study urban ecology. Artists and programmers are using it as a performance and activity place.

Western Sculpture Park

Location: Western Park 387 Marion St. Paul, MN 55103

Western Sculpture Park features 15 permanent installations in a diverse neighborhood. Mark di Suvero, the National Medal of Arts winner, created the centerpiece work and other further works planned in the upcoming months.

The Western Sculpture Art Play Space was a collaborative effort between Public Art Saint Paul and Saint Paul Parks.

Forever Saint Paul Mural in Union Depot

Location: St Paul, MN 55101

Saint Paul's Union Depot is a historic railroad station and intermodal transit hub in the Lowertown neighborhood of Saint Paul. Light rail, intercity rail, intercity bus, and local bus services are all available.

At Union Depot, you can discover the "Forever Saint Paul" mural. In addition, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, Forever Saint Paul gets the record for a giant Lite-Brite picture. Artists Ta-coumba and T. Aiken made this mural.

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