406 Main Street, Red Wing, MN 55066


Located in the Historic Town of Red Wing, Minnesota, the St. James Hotel, opened since 1875, was the design and creation of the architectural firm E.P. Bassford. The four-story Italianate structure features handsome furnishings, Brussels carpets in the lobby and English velvet carpet in the second floor ladies’ parlor.

The grand hotel is famous for its historic Victorian-style rooms and lobby, prohibition style restaurant, English Pub and outdoor patio overlooking the Mississippi River. There are 67 rooms each with private bath, cable, wi-fi and a plethora of ghost stories.

Featured on the National Register of Historic Places, the St. James Hotel is now available for film and television productions. Situated within walking distance from Red Wing train depot and steamboats docks, this atmospheric space would make an unforgettable setting for your next filming project, especially one about a haunted grand hotel.