Cross over the bridge from ordinary.
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Discover Duluth’s Award Winning
2015 and 2016
Certificate of Excellence
historic exhibits. Brave souls can plan a
visit in October for the haunted ship tour.
Near the iconic Aerial Li; Bridge, you
will find the Lake Superior Maritime
Visitor Center. This free museum seeks
to preserve the maritime heritage of Lake
Superior and the Port of Duluth-Superior
by showcasing artifacts, documents,
publications and photographs. While
you’re there, ask for a shipping schedule
to view incoming barges.
For Art Lovers
Duluth has a rich arts scene that
showcases a variety of music, visual art
tire bikes make it possible to keep riding in
the snow. There are also plenty of trails for
cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
For History Buffs
At the turn of the 19th century, Duluth
was home to more millionaires per
capita than anywhere in the nation.
Many stately homes from that time can
be found throughout the city, including
the famous Glensheen Mansion. The
recently renovated estate features
gardens, bridges, and has 39 rooms that
can be toured year-round. Themed tours
and special events, including live music
in the summer and holiday decorations
in December, are also available.
Duluth is a major destination for cargo
ships carrying goods across the world. The
S.S. William A. Irvin, a ship that carried
iron ore and coal to Great Lakes ports
for 40 years, now houses a museum that
features a 2,000-horsepower steam turbine
engine, delicate antique fixtures and
and theater. The Duluth Art Institute
rotates exhibits throughout the year, and
the Tweed Art Museum features more
than 9,000 pieces representing a range of
cultures and art history periods.
See a show at The Duluth Playhouse, or
catch the Teatro Zuccone improv troupe
or an independent film at the Zeitgeist
Center. Duluth is also a hub for live music,
and was home to famous acts such as Bob
Dylan and Trampled by Turtles. Annual
music fests include the Bayfront Blues
Festival, Bayfront Reggae & World Music
Festival and Duluth Homegrown Music
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