Saint Mark’s Cathedral is located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, on the southwest corner of Loring Park – our city’s Central Park. We are located just north of Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, just south of The Basilica of Saint Mary, and just east of the Walker Art Center. We are known for our unique bell tower, which chimes throughout the daytime and is lighted with seasonal colors throughout the year.

Saint Mark’s is within close walking distance of numerous downtown destinations, including Nicollet Mall to the near northeast, the Arts & Culture District to the near north, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden to the near northwest, along with an incredible mix of food, drink, music, sports, and shopping in all directions.

information on entering the building

Saint Mark’s provides surface parking on both the east and west sides of the building. There is also street parking available in the neighborhood and a pay lot located at the Walker Art Center. For major festival occasions, Saint Mark’s also contracts with neighboring surface lots and signs pointing you to the available lots. .

Once you get out of the car:

The main entry to the Cathedral Nave is open at least thirty minutes prior to each liturgy. Simply make your way up the steps and into the primary doors. The alternative, accessible entry off the north-side courtyard is open during all business hours. And though we’ve recently completed a major interior signage project, until you’re more familiar with the facilities, don’t hesitate to ask someone else how to get around. We’re all here to help.


Saint Mark’s provides bike racks on the north side of the building.


Saint Mark’s has multiple bus stops nearby on the Hennepin-Lyndale route.