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  2. Learn about James J. Hill’s influence on the region and about his network of family members, servants, workers, and guests. Marvel at the impressive house details such as chandeliers, stained glass, and hand-carved woodwork sprawled throughout the home. Admission includes self-guided access to the first floor of the mansion and a 60-minute guided tour of the entire house.

  3. Holidays on the Hill Tour November 25–December 31, 2022 Experience Christmas, 1910—both upstairs and downstairs—in the sumptuous Gilded Age mansion of railroad titan James J. Hill. Admission includes self-guided access to holiday-themed exhibits and a 60-minute guided tour highlighting holiday stories and memories from both the Hill family and their staff.

  4. After amassing a personal fortune estimated at $63 million and over $200 million in related assets, James J. Hill died in his Summit Avenue home on May 29, 1916, one of the wealthiest and most powerful figures of America’s Gilded Age. At the end of his life, Hill was asked by a newspaper reporter to reveal the secret of his success.

  5. James J. Hill House - Wikipedia

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    The James J. Hill House in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, was built by railroad magnate James J. Hill. The house, completed in 1891, is near the eastern end of Summit Avenue near the Cathedral of Saint Paul. The house, for its time, was very large and was the "showcase of St. Paul" until James J. Hill's death in 1916.

  6. Hours and Admission | James J. Hill House | MNHS

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    James J. Hill House. 240 Summit Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102 hillhouse@mnhs.org 651-297-2555 Map | Directions and Parking

  7. About the House. A symbol of success, personal taste, and family life, the James J. Hill House recalls the powerful era of the Northwest’s “Empire Builder.”. The Boston firm of Peabody, Stearns, and Furber, which was known for its impressive mansions in Newport, Rhode Island, designed a massive Richardsonian Romanesque style mansion, then very much in fashion.

  8. James J. Hill House. 240 Summit Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102 hillhouse@mnhs.org 651-297-2555 Map | Directions and Parking

  9. Events | James J. Hill House | MNHS - Minnesota Historical...

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    James J. Hill House. 240 Summit Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102 hillhouse@mnhs.org 651-297-2555 Map | Directions and Parking

  10. Famous History of Summit Avenue - Visit Saint Paul

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    Hill gifted his son, Louis, the Georgian Revival-style property at 260 Summit Avenue in 1902. Not impressed with the size, Louis built a large addition on the front in 1912. The most notable feature of the “Dove Hillhouse is a white-columned portico on the front of the house, reminiscent of a Southern plantation.

  11. James J. Hill House (Saint Paul) - All You Need to Know BEFORE...

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    The James J. Hill House is one of those hidden architectural treasures that one may miss unless they hear of it by word of mouth. It's just a house, right? Hardly. This amazing structure and testament to American Ingenuity and Entrepreneurism is a must-see. It remains in near time capsule form.