Schubert Club Museum

Landmark Center
75 W 5th St
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Field tripsGetting there

Description: The Schubert Club Museum offers visitors a reflection on the joys of music-making through the centuries. From a massive “cyclone” sculpture of instruments, through the gallery of of historic keyboards, to the impressive collection of correspondence from famous composers, the Museum opens a window on the inspiring role of music in people’s lives.

Step back in time and hear music boxes and phonographs dating back to 1900. Play and compare the mechanics of several keyboard instruments spanning from four different centuries. Experiment with making music on unique instruments, created from items you’d never expect at the Innovation Station.

Phone: 651-292-3266


Field trips

Description: An interpretive guide is on staff to provide tours. Groups of 5 or more are encouraged to call ahead.

Cost per child/student: always free admission
Cost per adult/educator: always free admission

Minimum group size: 5
Maximum group size: unknown

For more information, contact Kate Cooper at 651-292-3266 or email kcooper(at)schubert.org or visit schubert.org/museum/about-the-museum/


Getting there

Located on the second floor of Saint Paul’s iconic Landmark Center.

Landmark Center, in downtown Saint Paul at 75 W 5th St, Saint Paul, MN 55102, is located on the north end of Rice Park, next to the St Paul Hotel, the Ordway Center for Performing Arts, and the St Paul Central Public Library.

Parking information: Meters surround the building and Rice Park area. Meters are enforced Monday through Saturday, 8 am–10 pm and cost approximately $2 per hour. Please note that the city will adjust the meters to a higher rate if there is a special event going on at Xcel Energy or at CHS Field in Lowertown.

Parking ramps within 3 blocks:
RiverCentre Ramp: Enter on Kellogg Blvd.
Lawson Ramp: Enter on 5th Street (one-way going east) between Wabasha and St. Peter Streets.
Science Museum of Minnesota ramp: Enter on Kellogg Blvd.
Macy’s Ramp: Enter on Wabasha St. (one-way, north) between 6th and 7th Streets or you may enter on 6th Street between Cedar and Wabasha.
The Victory Ramp: Enter on Wabasha St. (one-way, north) between 4th & 5th Streets.
The Minnesota World Trade Center: Enter on Cedar St. (one-way, south) between 6th & 7th Streets

 


Information subject to change. Please check with Schubert Club Museum for the most current information. Last updated on Tue, Oct 3, 2017.

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