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Best things to do in Duluth

History Museum
“This historic mansion now owned by the University of Minnesota offers all sorts of themed tours throughout the year. If you are into history and architecture, this is a must-see. My guests who have gone have all loved it.”
16 locals recommend
Museum
“Fairlawn Mansion, a Queen Anne Victorian house with four-story turret and widow’s watch, is a well recognized landmark in the City of Superior”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“A wonderful museum for young and old. Check out the amazing P-38 lightning airplane, learn about local war hero Richard I. Bong “Ace of Aces” and pay your respects to those who proudly served our country. Lots of wartime artifacts, a step back in time.”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“A wonderful way to see the North Shore. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenery. Fun for the whole family, Kids love it!”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“This is the place to see the fish and other animals that live in Lake Superior. It is very interactive and the kids will love the playing with the boats and getting wet in the exhibit.”
4 locals recommend
Train Station
“Not just a train museum! Also an art museum and historical society showcase that includes local indigenous people's arts. *Houses the Fiber Arts Guild in the basement where I go to weave sometimes. :)”
7 locals recommend
Museum
“They have a permanent display as well as a featured student artist display.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“DULUTH PASS FREE ACCESS: The Duluth Children's Museum is Good family fun for everyone! If you have a science museum or another children's museum membership you will likely get a discounted or free access. Check it out!”
1 local recommends
Museum
“he SS Meteor is the last remaining whaleback freighter designed by Captain Alexander McDougall and built here in Superior, Wisconsin. These ships, innovative for their time, earned the name “whaleback” for their cigar-shaped steel hulls that rode low in the water when loaded with cargo”
2 locals recommend
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“SS William A. Irvin is a lake freighter, named for William A. Irvin, that sailed as a bulk freighter on the Great Lakes as part US Steel's lake fleet. They offer daily guided tours.”
1 local recommends
Parking
“This is a historic train depot. They have several trains you can walk through and learn about local history. There is usually art on display upstairs.”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“If you wish to learn more about Lake Superior and the shipping history on the lake, this is a perfect stop. Located right next to the historic lift bridge in Canal Park, you will find this a very interesting place.”
2 locals recommend