The Lowertown Historic District is a neighborhood in Saint Paul, Minnesota, originally the lower landing on the Mississippi River. It was the first port of access to the Twin Cities on the river. Several warehouse, railroad, banking, and distribution buildings served the entire Upper Midwest from 1880 to 1920. It is a Registered Historic District. The Lowertown St. Paul Art Crawl is held twice a year (Spring and Fall) and exemplifies the cultural atmosphere that local residents have worked so hard to maintain.