Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 928 West 7th Street in Saint Paul, MN The thirteenth Annual West End Neighbors’ Garden and History Tour will focus its history on the area stretching from Jefferson Avenue north to Downtown Saint Paul, bordered by West 7th Street and the Mississippi River. The tour of gardens will showcase the Garden District of the North High Bridge.
Note: The Garden Tour was originally scheduled for June 13, but was rescheduled due to COVID-19.
About the West End Neighbors’ Garden and History Tour Six years ago the garden tour committee decided to focus on one neighborhood within West Seventh to highlight individual neighborhoods and to make the “tour” more accessible and not so geographically broad. Four years ago we built on this concept and researched and wrote their histories. The free garden and history guide will be distributed free the day of the tour, Saturday, September 12, 2020, with donations gladly accepted. The day of the tour includes a plant sale and garden-related flea market where tour guides are distributed. The plant sale and flea market is a wonderful way of local gardeners sharing their surplus!
2019 Garden and History Booklet Available Did you miss 2019’s garden tour and would like a copy of the garden and history booklet? We have extras available in our office. They are free, and we gratefully accept donations.
Thank you! This event is planned and run by dedicated volunteers, supported by neighborhood businesses, and made possible by neighbors welcoming visitors to their gardens. Thank you to all who helped make the Garden Tour possible this year and in years past!
If you would like to volunteer with the event - either in early planning, promotion, or the day-of, please email Emily or call the Federation office at 651.298.5599.