Governor's Mansion of Minnesota
|Official name:||Minnesota State Ceremonial Building|
1006 Summit Avenue
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
|Designed by||William Channing Whitney|
- Even though this is the official residence of the governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura declined to live there during his term. Instead, he stayed at his farm in a Minneapolis suburb.
- The governor's mansion has eight bathrooms.
- The governor's mansion has nine fireplaces.
- 1974: The mansion is placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- 30 April, 2002: Governor Jesse Ventura shuts down the mansion. It comes in retaliation for the legislature slashing his budget for security. The staff who once worked at the mansion become the real victims.