Parking & Directions | Science Museum of Minnesota

Parking & Directions

 

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Please note: Beginning Monday, July 30 the westbound lanes of Kellogg Boulevard will be closed for construction work. The Science Museum’s parking ramp will be OPEN for business. See below for directions to the ramp’s Chestnut Street entrance. Thanks for your patience!

The Science Museum is located at 120 W. Kellogg Boulevard, across from the Xcel Energy Center and RiverCentre in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102.

Our exact location is at 44° 56' 34" North latitude, 93° 05' 54" West longitude. For more information about how latitude and longitude are determined, visit this NASA page.

Parking Ramp

Parking Rates

Upcoming Event Parking: Dates & Rates

0 - 59 minutes:$1.00
1 hour - 1 hour 59 minutes:$8.00
2 hours - 2 hours 59 minutes:$9.00
3 hours - 3 hours 59 minutes:$10.00
4 hours - 4 hours 59 minutes:$11.00
5 hours - 11 hours 59 minutes:$12.00
12 or more hours:
(no overnight parking)
$15.00

The museum’s parking ramp is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and accepts all major credit cards. After 11 p.m. we offer self-service pay stations. Credit Card only.

Ramp clearance: 8 feet 2 inches
P1 (1st level of the ramp) clearance: 7 feet

Please note: No vehicles with trailers are allowed.

Transit to the museum

When you head to the museum, hop on a Metro Transit bus or train. It's a fast, stress-free way to get around town. With so many routes serving downtown Saint Paul and the museum, getting here is easy!

Use the Metro Transit Trip Planner to find the best route.

Metro Transit

Contract Parking & Deliveries

Contract Parking
We have limited spaces available for monthly contracts. Add your name to the waitlist and a parking representative will contact you or call the parking office at (651) 221-2546. Get on waitlist

Cancel your parking space rental contract

For more information, contact us at (651) 221-2546.

Deliveries
Deliveries and packages are not accepted in the lobby. Please send all deliveries to the Science Museum's loading dock off Chestnut Street.