How to get here
There are many starting spots in the EcoDistrict. The technologies can mainly be found between east to west between Market Street and West 7th and north to south between Sheppard Road and the northside of West Kellogg Boulevard.
The Saint Paul EcoDistrict is a very walkable area. Some may walk from their homes nearby, whereas others may be walking over from other nearby attractions, such as the Landmark Center, Rice Park, or the West 7th business district. Once you arrive in the EcoDistrict, the area is small enough to explore on foot, encompassing just two adjacent city blocks, with destinations atop and below the river bluff (along Kellogg Boulevard and Sheppard Road). These areas are connected by sidewalks, skyways,...
SmartTrips provides a handy map of bike
routes into Saint Paul. Bike parking is available
in front of the Science Museum of Minnesota, on Kellogg Blvd, and on Market
Street. Nice Ride bikes are available in early April from
multiple locations downtown Saint Paul, including the Science Museum and Union
Depot. See this Learn More
The Metro Transit Green Line stops at two locations close to the EcoDistrict. The Central Station Platform at West 4th Street and Cedar Street is just one-third of a mile from the EcoDistrict. The Union Depot is less than two-thirds of a mile away. There are several routes to walk, bike, roller skate, or cab to the EcoDistrict once you arrive in downtown. The most direct route from Central Station and Union Depot is along West 4th Street. Head southwest on West 4th Street, and as you approach R...
A central location for the EcoDistrict is the intersection of West Kellogg Boulevard and North Washington Street in downtown Saint Paul, which is easily accessible by major highways, including Interstate 94, I-35E, and HWY 52. When you get here, you won’t have trouble finding a parking spot. The Saint Paul RiverCentre
and Science Museum of Minnesota
have parking ra...