Promoting and supporting local art, The Arts Center of St. Peter offers exhibits and performances by local artists as well as classes and a gift shop.
This historic home in St. Peter belonged to one of the town's earliest settlers and first mayor, Eugene Cox, and was built in 1871.
Adjacent to the St. Peter Community and Recreation Center, Gorman Park's main feature is a massive wooden play structure, making it a favorite of local kids and visitors.
Kingpins Bowling Center in St. Peter, has twelve bowling lanes and a pro shop.
Located on the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, the Linnaeus Arboretum is a hidden gem focusing on Minnesota native plants.
Established in 1954, Minnesota Square Park is at the very heart of St. Peter.
Riverside Park in St. Peter, is a hidden gem nestled on the west bank of the Minnesota River just south of Highway 99.
The Roy T. Lindenberg Public Swimming Pool in St. Peter is open between the end of May and late August.
The St. Peter Community Center is the community's modern, indoor rec center offering a variety of activities.
Come expand your mind's horizon at the St. Peter Public Library.
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