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Wabasha Street Caves


215 Wabasha Street South
Saint Paul, MN 55107
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 651-292-1220


Wabasha Street Caves

Cave Tour
Cave Tour
Cave Tour

Wabasha Street Caves

Sat, Sep 21st

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM (CST)

Cave Tour
Cost: Tip/Gratuity, $0.00 - $8.00 USD
Booking options:
Ages: All Ages
Plan to spend: 45 minutes
Saturday, September 21st 2019
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM (CST)

Come hear and see the history of these sandstone caves.  You will explore the original mined caves and see the finished caves (once a romantic night club called The Castle Royal).  Hear the legends of the mobster massacres and ghostly lore in the most unique setting from Chicago to San Francisco.   45-minute walking tour - reservations not required.  We are handicap accessible with ramps and bathrooms.

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Wabasha Street Caves

215 Wabasha Street South

Saint Paul, MN United States

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  • Cave Tour

    Saturday

    11:00 AM CST

    Wabasha Street Caves

    Cave Tour

    Wabasha Street Caves

    Cave Tour
    Come hear and see the history of these sandstone caves.  You will explore the original mined caves and see the finished caves (once a romantic night club called The Castle Royal).  Hear the legends of the mobster massacres and ghostly lore in the most unique setting from Chicago to San Francisco.   45-minute walking tour - reservations not required.  We are handicap accessible with ramps and bathrooms.

  • The Saint Paul Gangster Tour

    Saturday

    12:00 PM CST

    Wabasha Street Caves

    The Saint Paul Gangster Tour

    Wabasha Street Caves

    The Saint Paul Gangster Tour
    Experience this famous crooks tour. Explore the sites of nightclubs, kidnappings and gun battles associated with the 1930's gangsters like John Dillinger, Ma Baker and Babyface Nelson. See the sights where the gangsters lived it up as they planned ane executed some of the most notorious crimes ever perpetrated in the upper Midwest.

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