The Minnesota State Capitol building in St. Paul, with National Guard members standing in front. Photo by Tony Webster

Minnesota State Capitol Building reopens

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Saint Paul – The Minnesota Department of Administration announced that the Minnesota State Capitol Building will reopen to the public on Thursday, June 10 with regular weekday hours of 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Weekend hours will resume at a later date.

The building will remain open beyond regular hours as needed to accommodate House of Representatives and Senate floor sessions as well as any legislative hearings conducted in Capitol hearing rooms.

With the reopening, the public will once again be able to reserve space in the Capitol for meetings and events. Events will continue to be permitted on the Upper Mall, Lower Mall, and Leif Erikson Park. Information for holding public rallies and special events within Capitol Complex buildings and grounds can be found at here.

The Minnesota Historical Society Information Desk on the Capitol’s First Floor will be open and providing information for self-guided tours. Guided tours are expected to resume later this summer. More information about the Minnesota State Capitol Historical Site can be found here.

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