Just as the fog from Lake Superior creeps into the harbor, spooky season settles into Duluth come October, with events for everyone looking to celebrate fall and Halloween
The People and the Place
From budget-friendly family activities to hidden waterfalls to recommendations from locals, check out our blog for trip ideas and to learn more about what makes Duluth so special.
Duluth FAQs Answered
We asked the staff of the Duluth Visitor Center the top 10 questions they get asked most often from travelers and answered them here.
Faces of Duluth: Jay Walker
For more than 24 years, Jay Walker has been sharing his passion for aquatic animals and preservation at Duluth’s Great Lakes Aquarium. In the latest Faces of Duluth, we had the opportunity to chat about what drives his passion, what a typical day is like in his role as Executive Director, and some of his favorite spots in Duluth.
Celebrate and Honor Indigenous Culture in Duluth
Duluth has a rich Indigenous history that is still alive and well today and there are a number of ways to celebrate and honor it during your visit to Duluth.
Leaf Peeping in Duluth: By Land, Water and Air
Nothing beats the beautiful colors of fall there are so many ways to take them all in while visiting Duluth. Be sure to add some of these spots to your next fall itinerary!
Faces of Duluth: Janelle Long
We sat down with Janelle Long, who’s been the Executive Director of Hawk Ridge for over 15 years, to talk about how she, along with Hawk Ridge staff and volunteers, help people have a better understanding of birds and conservation efforts.