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  2. Explore upstairs and downstairs life in St. Paul’s largest house. Built for railroad titan James J. Hill, this 36,000-square-foot Gilded Age mansion was once the largest private residence in the state. With 13 bathrooms, 22 fireplaces, 16 chandeliers, a reception hall nearly 100 feet long, sophisticated technical systems, and a two-story ...

  3. James J. Hill House - Wikipedia

    October 15, 1966. Designated NHL. November 5, 1961. 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.

  4. About the House | Minnesota Historical Society

    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.

  5. James J. Hill - Wikipedia

    Built at a cost of $930,000 and with 36,000 square feet (3,300 m 2), the James J. Hill House was among the city's largest. As with his business dealings, Hill supervised the construction and design himself, hiring and firing several architects in the process.

  6. James J. Hill | Minnesota Historical Society

    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.

  7. Hours and Admission | Minnesota Historical Society

    House tours; Neighborhood Tours; Exhibits; Field Trips; Events Calendar; Plan Your Visit. Overview; Hours and Admission; Directions and Parking ; Amenities; Accessibility; Shop; Rental; Learn. Overview; About the House; Great Northern Railway; James J. Hill; The Hill Family; Timeline

  8. House Tours | Minnesota Historical Society

    Holidays on the Hill Tour December 1 – 31, 2023 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 ...

  9. Plan Your Visit. James J. Hill House is a National Historic Landmark and a legendary symbol of St. Paul’s Summit Avenue. Experience its splendor firsthand and get a fascinating glimpse into a remarkable time in history. Plan your visit today!

  10. James J. Hill House | Meet Minneapolis

    Details. Amenities. Hours: Wed.-Sat.: 10 am-3:30 pm; Sun.: 1-3:30 pm. Explore the iconic 36,000-square-foot mansion built in 1891 for railroad titan James J. Hill. Visitors will marvel at the intricate wood carvings, stained glass windows and other surprises that adorn this gilded age treasure.

  11. Timeline | Minnesota Historical Society

    Key dates in James J. Hill's life and the tenure of the Hill House.September 16, 1838James J. Hill is born to a Scotch-Irish farming family in southern Ontario, Canada.July 21, 185617-year-old Hill arrives in St. Paul by riverboat and begins his career as a shipping clerk.1864Hill meets 18-year-old waitress Mary Theresa Mehegan at the Merchants ...