LANDMARK CENTER | Travel the World Without Leaving Your Home!

Landmark Center’s virtual travel series for families, Urban Expedition, will “visit” Ghana beginning February 7 – March 6. Experience music, dance, food, folk art and more on our website!

Families can attend a virtual Balkan Celebration on February 21 and enjoy the vibrant cultures of Albania, Serbia, Romania and more! Visit

Itching for good global adventures for your learners? Landmark Center and the Ethnic Dance Theater are teaming up to present the 3rd annual “Balkan Celebration” with a virtual afternoon of gorgeous costumes, beautiful dancing and lively music from the Balkan region of eastern Europe. What are the Balkan nations? Albania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and more. You will learn about the rich histories and traditions of this stunning region. You won’t want to miss a minute.

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Landmark Center’s Urban Expedition series is celebrating its 15th year! This popular (virtual) series will bring you the rich and beautiful culture of Iran beginning March 21. Learners will view dancing, hear music, make a craft as a souvenir of their “visit,” and adults can even try cooking a traditional recipe! In addition to Iran, virtual travelers can travel to Laos on April 11.
All of these programs may be viewed on Landmark Center’s website, and are free to access. They will be kept on the website for at least one month after their debut.

In addition to our virtual programming, Landmark Center will re-open to the public February 3rd for limited public viewing hours. Landmark Center will be open weekly Wednesday – Friday & Sundays 12 – 4pm. Guests can take a variety of self guided tours, complete a scavenger hunt, and visit our in house galleries to include our North Gallery, Ramsey County Historical Society exhibit space and the Gallery of Wood Art. For updated information on what exhibits are in each space visit the Landmark Center website. During our reduced public hours guests will enter the building at the 5th Street entrance or the Market Street accessible entrance. At both entrances guests will ring a door bell and security will admit them. We look forward to having visitors back in our beautiful building. Social distancing practices will be in place and masks are mandatory.