ST. PAUL (WCCO) — The Minnesota Governor’s Residence is turning 100. And to celebrate, it’s being opened to the public.

They’re offering rare public tours of the residence six times this summer, starting Tuesday.

READ MORE: Neighbors Band Together To Help Princeton Family After Home Explosion

There’s a 20-minute guided tour of the residence and the gardens are open, as well.

But space is limited, and you need to reserve a spot in advance.

READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Heat Advisory In Effect Friday Afternoon, Evening Severe Storms Possible

“There’s a lot of beautiful homes here on Summit. And I just figured this would be really beautiful, and it was, it was gorgeous,” said Dianne Newell, of Elk River.

The tour is limited to the main floor and the gardens.

MORE NEWS: Woodbury Man Charged With 8 Felony Counts Of Child Pornography

The governor’s kitchen and living quarters are off limits.