Saint Paul Cube

Saint Paul Cube

the Saint Paul Cube

GREAT GIFT IDEA…..During a 2006 Yuletide visit to East Anglia, Historic Saint Paul board member Andrew Hine received a photo-cube from his Auntie Brenda that featured images of Norwich, the medieval epicenter of Norfolk, England. He was fascinated by the folding object and its accompanying story card and considered it to be a perfect souvenir of his trip.

Andrew, noting a dearth of folding geometric souvenirs from his hometown, persuaded his fellow board members to create a Saint Paul Cube. Now you can hold one in your very own hand!

Included on the cube are photos of the following Saint Paul landmarks:

  • City Hall
  • Como Park Conservatory
  • Downtown Skyline
  • Hausler House
  • Landmark Center
  • Laurel Terrace
  • Ramsey Hill
  • Swedenborgian Church
  • Victorian Homes in Dayton’s Bluff

Click here to download a brochure with an image of the Saint Paul Cube.

How do you obtain a cube? Simply make a donation of at least $10 to Historic Saint Paul by calling 651.222.3049, emailing us at, or mailing a check to: 318 Landmark Center, 75 West 5th Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102. All proceeds benefit Historic Saint Paul’s neighborhood preservation, advocacy, cultural heritage outreach and education programs.

Donate now using PayPal: (there is a service fee)

You can also obtain a cube at Historic Saint Paul’s international headquarters or these fine neighborhood establishments:

Micawber’s Books: The Eternally Optimistic Book People

Minnesota History Center Museum Store

Please email or call (651) 222-3049 for more information.

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