North shore scenic train riding alongside the lakewalk in autumn colors of orange, yellow, red and green.

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An aerial view of the William A Irvin ship moored in the canal.

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Museums, galleries, theaters. Trains, planes and harbor cruises. Even a freshwater aquarium. So many ways to spend a day.

Featured Attractions

Boo At The Zoo

A favorite Halloween event! Your family’s annual fall tradition is back! October 16, 23, and 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.! Bring the whole family and explore the Zoo with endless trick-or-treating stations, special Halloween-themed animal treats, food trucks, games & activities, and SO MUCH MORE!

Chills & Thrills

Welcome to the spooky side of the DSSO! Hear everything from chilling pop tunes to creepy classical pieces. You may find your heart rate increasing as the Jaws theme begins or your skin crawl as you imagine the obsessive Phantom of the Opera try to woo his love. We’ll add plenty of fun in there too, so… “Who Ya Gonna Call?

Open For Play!

“Play is the highest form of research.”
– Albert Einstein

Children need free play time to discover new things about themselves and the world around them.  Exhibits are designed with little instruction to give kids the freedom to find their own solutions.

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Action Fishing Charters

1033 Minnesota Ave., Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218-355-8540

Come aboard “GET THE NET” with Captain Brad and enjoy a half or full day excursion on Lake Superior where we target Lake Trout, Coho and Chinook (King) Salmon, Walleye, Steelhead, and Brown Trout! You will have ample space to move around on our beautiful 36′ Tiara with a 14′ beam. Our boat is clean, safe, and stable with top of the line electronics and the best fishing gear to give you a first-class fishing experience.

www.actionfishingduluth.com

Action Sportfishing Charters, LLC (Optimum Charters)

250 Marina Drive, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(218) 390-4522

Captains: Capt. Steve Johnson, Capt. Paul Mazzuco, Capt. John Stieben Vessel Names: “Opti I,” “Opti II,” “Opti III” We are Lake Superior’s #1 charter service in the number of boats, trips and fish caught. Since 1982 we have been providing fishing adventures. We utilize 31′ Tiara Sportfishing Yachts, all identical for our clients safety and enjoyment utilizing the most modern equipment available. Fish cleaned, baggged and iced for your convenience. Let your fishing adventure start with us!

www.LakeSuperiorFishing.com

Adventure Zone

329 Lake Avenue South, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 740-4000

There is something for everyone at the Adventure Zone of Canal Park! The Northland’s newest family attraction boasts over 50,000 square feet of fun featuring Laser Tag, Batting Cages, mini golf, the largest video/redemption arcade in the area, Vertical Endeavor’s rock climbing walls, a kid’s playground, an 18’ inflatable fire truck slide and more! Make us your party headquarters!

www.adventurezoneduluth.com

Bayfront Festival Park

Bayfront Festival Park 350 Harbor Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218-722-5573

Few things are more fun than a summer concert on the bright, beautiful shores of our big lake. And Bayfront Festival Park makes it better than ever! Enjoy comfortable concert surroundings, all-new facilities, enhanced vendor areas, spectacular landscaping and a natural amphitheater, which provides an unobstructed view of every concert, as well as ships in the harbor beyond. The quintessential outdoor concert park, Bayfront welcomes countless local, regional and national acts, including the famous Bayfront Blues Festival every August. Bayfront, like no place else in Minnesota, it is the place to be this summer. In winter, Bayfront really comes to life with the largest holiday display in the Midwest. Experience the magic of nearly 3 million lights illuminating Bayfront Festival Park during the Bentleyville Tour of Lights. Be amazed by the tallest steel animated Christmas tree in the U.S. Bayfront Park also welcomes thousands of cheerful winter enthusiasts to an old-fashioned skating rink surrounded with the kind of warmth you find only in a Norman Rockwell original. Skate, stroll, sit in the silence of a starry winter’s night and enjoy the splendor of our most dazzling season.

bayfrontfestivalpark.com

Capt’n J’s Miniature Golf

333 Marina Drive, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(715) 394-4450 www.captnjs.com

Commemorative Air Force Museum

305 Harborview Parkway, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

Country Lanes North

2327 Mountain Shadow Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

(218) 722-1741 www.CountryLanesNorth.com

Day Tripper of Duluth

3515 East 4th Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55804

www.daytripperofduluth.com

Duluth Art Institute

506 W Michigan Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 733-7560 www.duluthartinstitute.org

Duluth Children’s Museum

2125 W Superior St, Duluth, Minnesota 55806

(218) 733-7543 www.duluthplay.org

Duluth Glides

1206 Cedar Lane, Virginia, Minnesota 55792

(218) 750-0263 www.duluthglides.com

Duluth Golf

1801 West Skyline Parkway, Duluth, Minnesota 55806

(218) 723-3451 www.golfinduluth.com

Duluth Playhouse

211 E Superior St, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 733-7555

Founded in 1914, Duluth Playhouse is one of the oldest, continuously running, non-profit theatres in the country. The Playhouse produces exceptional live theatrical entertainment across three venues: the NorShor Theatre, the Family Theatre, and the Underground Theatre. Duluth Playhouse showcases the top artistic talent in the region, presenting a series of professional productions that will transport you to another place and time. Your all-time favorite classics are mixed with fresh modern hits to assure that there is something for everyone. Duluth Playhouse invites you back to the theatre to make new memories, wake your spirit, warm your heart and remember what it’s like to laugh. Live theatre is back!

www.duluthplayhouse.org

Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra

130 West Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 623-3776 www.dsso.com

Enger Park Golf Course

1801 West Skyline Parkway, Duluth, Minnesota 55806

(218) 723-3451

Centrally located in Duluth, Enger Park offers three championship nines. Rolling hills, turning fairways, and elevation changes all come in to play on this scenic and challenging layout. Multiple tees allow for players of all levels.

www.golfinduluth.com

Fairlawn Mansion Museum/Superior Public Museums

906 East Second Street, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(715) 394-5712

Fairlawn was built in 1890 as the family estate of Martin Pattison, lumber and mining millionaire and 3-term mayor of Superior. This 42-room mansion recalls Superior’s boomtown days, as well as its unique, 40-year history as a Children’s Home. Today’s visitors will be impressed by the fully restored exterior and main floor rooms, with exotic woodwork, lush fabrics and spectacular, handpainted ceilings. Open year-round. $12 for adults; $10 for seniors (62+), college, and active military; $6 for youth (6-17), and children 5 and under free.

www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

Fitger’s Museum

600 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 772-0410 www.fitgers.com

Fond-du-Luth Casino

129 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 720-5113 www.fondduluthcasino.com

Glensheen Historic Estate

3300 London Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55804

(218) 726-8921 www.glensheen.org

GND Development Alliance

801 101st Ave. West, Duluth, Minnesota 55808

218-355-1349

The GND Development Alliance (GNDDA) is a 501 (c)3 that was created to revitalize and transform the Gary New Duluth Recreation Area (GND REC). The GND REC serves as the center of the Gary New Duluth Community with a functioning community center with programs after school and during summer vacations for youth. There are also regular exercise and yoga classes. The GND REC is also available for rental. There are two soccer fields that are kept busy by Arrowhead Youth Soccer Association with practices and games. The GND Performance Pavilion is a great place for concerts, picnics and other events. There is a dog park on site for public use. 2018 will involve construction of a community garden and a multi-activity sport court with basketball, pickle ball and 4-square. A skateboard park is planned for the future.

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Good Earth Outfitters

22670 Siskiwit Bay Pkwy, Cornucopia, Wisconsin 54827

715-742-3910

Come Explore Cornucopia and check out the Good Earth Gift Shop’s selection of unique gifts and souvenirs. We have a well-stocked gift shop with home and cabin decor, Lake Superior jewelry by local artists. Including a wide selection of treasures for all ages from Minnetonka Moccasin, Sailor Bags, Lakegirl, Landstrom’s and More Polish Pottery to name a few. We are located in the Marina District of Cornucopia, WI next to the Green Museum.

www.good-earth-outfitters.com

Great Lakes Aquarium

353 Harbor Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 740-3474 www.glaquarium.org

Happy Hooker Charters

217 6th Avenue, Apt. 3, Proctor, Minnesota 55810

(218) 940-9400 lakesuperiorfishing.net

Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory

3980 E Skyline Pkwy, Duluth, Minnesota 55804

(218) 428-6209

The Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve is open year-round to public for study and enjoyment. With over 4 miles of hiking trails, you can explore geology, flora, and wildlife. Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory staff conduct bird research and provide public education during fall season.

www.hawkridge.org

Houston’s Guide Service

4496 South County Road E, South Range, Wisconsin 54874

(218) 393-4962 www.houstonsguideservice.com

Joseph Nease Gallery

23 W. 1st Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218-481-7750

We are a contemporary art gallery featuring exhibitions of drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, sculpture, installation, and new media by artists regional, national and international.

www.josephneasegallery.com

Judy Garland Birthplace & Museum

2727 US Hwy 169 S, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744

(218) 327-9276

Tour the restored 1925 historic home where America’s Treasure, Judy Garland, spent her formative years. At the adjacent Museum, see the carriage used in the Wizard of Oz, once owned by Abraham Lincoln. Enjoy a performance or documentary screening. Memorial Garden with Gazebo. Shop in Professor Marvel’s store. Open daily Memorial Day weekend through Sept. April & May open Mon – Sat. Call for late autumn & winter hours. General admission for all ages”$8. One Campus”Many Attractions (includes Children’s Discovery Museum). Under age 1-free.

www.judygarlandmuseum.com

Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

902 East First Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55805

218-728-0630 duluthkarpelesmuseum.org

Korean Veterans Memorial

Lakeplace Park, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

Dedicated on August 21, 2003, the Korean Veterans Memorial honors the men and women who served in the Korean conflict. Learn about Duluth’s B Company, a highly decorated group of local soldiers, most of whom served in combat. The memorial is illuminated and especially poignant at night.

Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad

P.O. Box 16211, Duluth, Minnesota 55816-0211

(218) 624-7549 www.lsmrr.org

Lake Superior Art Glass

202 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 464-1799 www.lakesuperiorartglass.com

Lake Superior Helicopters

4525 Airport Approach Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

(218) 461-2857 www.lakesuperiorhelicopters.com

Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center

600 South Lake Avenue, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 720-5260 www.lsmma.com

Lake Superior Railroad Museum

506 West MichiganStreet, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 733-7590 www.lsrm.org

Lake Superior Zoo

7210 Fremont Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55807

(218) 730-4500 www.lszooduluth.org

Lakewalk

The Lakewalk, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

The Lakewalk is 7 miles long, and goes from Canal Park to 60th Avenue East. Take a leisurely stroll, hand-in-hand, stopping for ice cream or a Lakeview lunch. Strap on your skates and break a sweat. Or, rent bikes for the whole family and glide up and down the gentle hills.

Lester Park Golf Course

1860 Lester River Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55804

(218) 525-0830

Closed for 2021 Golf Season

www.golfinduluth.com

Lutsen Mountains

P.O. Box 129, Lutsen, Minnesota 55612

(218) 406-1319

Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium

1023 University Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55812

(218) 726-6704 www.umdstars.org

Miller Hill Mall

1600 Miller Trunk Highway, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

(218) 733-9101

More than 100 shops, 10 great food court vendors and one fantastic Simon gift card, all at the top of hill!

www.miller-hill-mall.com

Mont du Lac Resort

3125 S. Mont du Lac Drive, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(218) 626-3797 www.skimontdulac.com

N&S Great Lakes Fishing

3443 - 136th Avenue NW, Andover, Minnesota 55304

(763) 245-2585 www.n-sgreatlakesfishing.com

NorShor Theatre

211 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218.733.7555

The NorShor Theatre is a landmark 1910 theater that has recently undergone a dramatic restoration. After weathering its share of milestones and misfortune, a new life and new legacy are unfolding for this legendary venue. Located in downtown Duluth’s Historic Arts and Theater (HART) District, the restored NorShor Theatre is bringing new economic development, new productions, and new possibilities to the Twin Ports.

www.norshortheatre.com

North Shore Adventure Park

2302 Greysolon Rd, Duluth, Minnesota 55812

2182205330 northshoreadventurepark.com

North Shore Scenic Cruises

99 Beach Drive (Silver Bay Marina), Silver Bay, Minnesota 55614

(218) 464-6162

North Shore Scenic Cruises offers cruises to Split Rock Lighthouse or Palisade Head and Shovel Point on-board the historic MV/Wenonah. Our cruise offers the most beautiful vistas anywhere along the North Shore. With 200 foot cliffs extending straight out of the water, abundant wildlife, an iron ore processing plant or an iconic lighthouse, our cruise has something for everyone.

www.scenicsuperior.com

North Shore Scenic Railroad

506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-1273 www.lsrm.org

Old Firehouse & Police Museum

402 23rd Ave. E, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(715) 394-5712

Built in 1898, the Old Firehouse originally housed five horse-drawn rigs, including the city’s first steamer. Enjoy a unique look at historic fire-fighting equipment and police memorabilia in the last of Superior’s nineteenth-century fire halls! The self-guided tour includes the first floor, filled with historic fire rigs including the Fire Chief’s nineteenth-century horse-drawn buggy, a 1906 Ahrens Steam Pumper, a 1919 LaFrance Ladder Truck, and a 1944 L Model Mack with a Hale pump.On the second floor see the progression of improvements in typical firefighters’ equipment through the years and visit the State of Wisconsin Police and Fire Hall of Fame installation. Open mid-May through mid-October for tours. 

www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

Playfront Park on the Bay

Playfront Park, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

Playfront Park on the Bay features a unique children’s playground built by the Junior League of Duluth and Duluth citizens, Playfront Park is located inside Bayfront Festival Park at the base of 5th Ave West. This new playground is an Evos design structure that enhances children’s balance, coordination and strength. The park is open daily for children of all ages.

Positive Energy Outdoors

4757 Datka Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55803

(218) 428-5990

Dog sled tours, sleigh and wagon rides, inland lake kayak and SUP rentals, Lake Superior and inland lake kayak instruction and tours, Duluth and North Shore rock and ice climbing, team building, custom corporate programs, day and residential camps and women’s programs. All ages and abilities are welcome.

www.outdooredventures.org

Renegade Theater Company

222 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-6775 www.renegadetheatercompany.org

S.S. Meteor Maritime Museum/Superior Public Museums

Barker's Island 200 Marina Dr. , Superior , Wisconsin 54880

(715) 394-5712

The SS Meteor is the last remaining above-water whaleback ship in the world! The whaleback freighter was 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. Open mid-May through mid-October for tours.

www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

S.S. William A. Irvin

350 Harbor Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-5573 www.willliamirvin.com

Scenic Byways

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Enjoy a change of pace with a relaxing drive on one of our many nearby Scenic Byways. Whether you are traveling to a particular destination or just meandering, State and National Scenic Byways are a great way to enjoy the beauty of the road less traveled. Scenic Highway 61 has been named an All-American Road. This breathtaking section of highway, which runs more than 120 miles from Duluth up Lake Superior’s North Shore to the Canadian Border, is the northernmost tip of one of America’s most fabled thoroughfares.

www.byways.org

Skydive Duluth

4804 Hammond Ave (Richard I Bong Airport), Superior, Wisconsin 54880

218-390-1800 skydiveduluth.com

Skyline Drive, Scenic Byway

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A dramatic 30-mile drive 600 feet above the shoreline. Superb views of Lake Superior, the harbor and Twin Ports; famed Hawk Ridge on Seven Bridges Road; rock canyons, and tumbling streams. Frequent observation points and markers.

Skyline Lanes

4894 Miller Trunk Highway, Hermantown, Minnesota 55811

(218) 727-8555 www.skylinelanes.com

Spirit Mountain Adventure Park

9500 Spirit Mountain Place, Duluth, Minnesota 55810

(218) 628-2891 www.spiritmt.com

Spirit Mountain Recreation Area

9500 Spirit Mountain Place, Duluth, Minnesota 55810

(218) 624-8501 www.spiritmt.com

Split Rock Lighthouse

3713 Split Rock Lighthouse Road, Two Harbors, Minnesota 55616

(218) 226-6372 www.mnhs.org

St. Louis County Depot

506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 733-7590

Today, heritage steam locomotives and their antique, gilded, wooden coaches wait trackside in the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, home of the Midwest’s largest indoor train collection. (See Lake Superior Railroad Museum and North Shore Scenic Railroad.) Also, walk the streets of Depot Square, a realistic, life-size depiction of downtown Duluth at the turn of the century. One low-priced admission ticket lets you enjoy the railroad museum plus the St. Louis Historical Society’s exhibits featuring regional history, and the Duluth Art Institute’s two galleries. The Depot is also home to the Duluth Playhouse Theater and three other area performing arts organizations including the Minnesota Ballet, Matinee Musicale and Arrowhead Chorale. Two unique museum stores offer rare items relating to the building’s past and current use. Summer Hours: Memorial Day- Labor Day/9:30am-6pm daily. Winter Hours: Mon-Sat/ 10am-5pm; Sun 1-5pm Call for group rates, guided tours, and special exhibit information.

experiencethedepot.org

SUPerior Paddle

302 Hawkins St, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

Superior Public Museums/Fairlawn Mansion

906 East Second Street, Superior, Wisconsin 54880

(715) 394-5712

Fairlawn was built in 1890 as the family estate of Martin Pattison, lumber and mining millionaire and 3-term mayor of Superior. This 42-room mansion recalls Superior’s boomtown days, as well as its unique, 40-year history as a Children’s Home. Today’s visitors will be impressed by the fully restored exterior and main floor rooms, with exotic woodwork, lush fabrics and spectacular, handpainted ceilings. Open year-round. $12 for adults; $10 for seniors (62+), college, and active military; $6 for youth (6-17), and children 5 and under free.

www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

Superior Pursuits Charter Fishing

1000 Minnesota Ave., Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(906) 360-7513

Come experience the great fishing Lake Superior has to offer with Superior Pursuits Guide Service, a premier Charter Fishing operation based out of Duluth, MN. We specialize in targeting Lake Trout, King Salmon, Coho Salmon (silver), Walleye and Musky on the clear blue waters of Lake Superior and the St. Louis River. With our experienced Captain, well equipped boat, modern electronics, and finest fishing tackle we will provide you with a fishing experience and memories that will last a lifetime.

www.SuperiorPursuits.com

Swiftwater Adventures

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Teatro Zuccone

222 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 336-1414 www.teatrozuccone.com

The Edge Waterpark

2400 London Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55812

(218) 728-3601 duluthwaterpark.com

The GND Rec Development Alliance

801 101st Ave West, Duluth, Minnesota 55808

The GND Development Alliance (GNDDA) is a 501 (c)3 that was created to revitalize and transform the Gary New Duluth Recreation Area (GND REC).  The GND REC serves as the center of the Gary New Duluth Community with a functioning community center with programs after school and during summer vacations for youth.  There are also regular exercise and yoga classes. The GND REC is also available for rental.  There are two soccer fields that are kept busy by Arrowhead Youth Soccer Association with practices and games.  The GND Performance Pavilion is a great place for concerts, picnics and other events.  There is a dog park on site for public use.

The Rose Garden at Leif Erikson Park

Leif Erikson Park, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

A spectacular extension of Leif Erikson Park, Duluth’s Rose Garden offers a beautiful arrangement of more than 3,000 rose bushes and other floral delights. There’s also a fountain, a marble gazebo, an herb garden and plenty of benches overlooking the lake.

The Waterfront Sculpture Walk

The Lakewalk, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

Offering more than beautiful lake views and charming shops and restaurants, Duluth’s waterfront is an expression of art. A series of prized sculptures representing the social, cultural and historical values of Duluth and its Sister Cities in Vaxjo, Sweden; Thunder Bay, Ontario; Perozavodsk, Russia; and Ohara, Japan, create a casual stroll through an outdoor gallery of international art.

Time Out Sailing, LLC

940 Minnesota Ave., Duluth, Minnesota 55804

855-672-4546 www.SailingDuluth.com

Tom’s Logging Camp

5797 North Shore Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55804

(218) 525-3776 www.tomsloggingcamp.com

Tweed Museum of Art

1201 Ordean Court, Duluth, Minnesota 55812

(218) 726-8222

The Tweed is inclusive and functions as an art collecting and teaching museum that promotes learning through collections stewardship, exhibits, and diverse art programs for all ages. Founded in 1949 to serve students and Minnesotans, and built in 1958 on the UMD campus, the Tweed operates today in a 33,000 sq. ft. facility. Its collections consist of European, American, and global art. Over time, the Indigenous collections, which began 2007 with a major donation, grew significantly. Today, the museum serves several Indian reservations in our region, rural/urban Minnesota communities, and bordering states such as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Canada.

www.d.umn.edu

UMD Outdoor Program

1216 Ordean Court, 153 SpHC, Duluth, Minnesota 55812

(218) 726-7128 www.umdrsop.org

Veterans Evergreen Memorial Highway

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A colorful alternative to I-35, the Veteran’s Memorial Highway follows the scenic St. Louis River from Duluth to Askov through Jay Cooke and Banning State Parks. It’s a perfect “Sunday Drive” any day of the week.

Veterans Memorial Hall

506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 733-7500

Encounter history through the artifacts and stories of veterans connected to northeastern Minnesota. Created in 1909, the hall now hosts more than 1,500 military and home front artifacts and 6,000 veteran stories, among the largest collections in Minnesota. The current exhibit, Generations of Service, illuminates 150 years of U.S. military history by bringing the stories and artifacts of local service members and families into focus. Free admission. Open daily.

www.vets-hall.org

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Lakeplace Park, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

A tribute to the brave men and women who died and to those who have not yet returned, this solemn memorial offers a place of healing for veterans and their families. As the sun rises over Lake Superior, each name on the wall is illuminated, and as it sets, a beacon is aimed skyward-like the flashlight of a lost soldier showing our veterans the way home.

Vista Cruises, Inc.

323 Harbor Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-6218

The best way to see Duluth is from the water aboard the Vista Fleet, the northland’s premier attraction! Create superior memories during our daily sightseeing and dining cruises. The cruise options are endless; choose from our sensational dining cruises, to exciting narrated sightseeing tours, to stunning fall colors cruises. Experience the wonders of Lake Superior as we cruise next to 1,000-foot lake freighters and oceangoing vessels to take in the activities of the Twin Ports harbor. See lighthouses, ships, beautiful waters and more during your narrated tour aboard the Vista Fleet. Daily May-October. Call for group rates and information. Wheelchair accessible on the 1st deck only.  Please call or visit our website for the current cruise schedule and specials! Schedule varies throughout our season and is subject to change.

www.vistafleet.com

Vista Fleet Sightseeing & Dining Cruises

323 Harbor Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-6218

The best way to see Duluth is from the water aboard the Vista Fleet, the northland’s premier attraction! Create superior memories during our daily sightseeing and dining cruises. The cruise options are endless; choose from our sensational dining cruises, to exciting narrated sightseeing tours, to stunning fall colors cruises. Experience the wonders of Lake Superior as we cruise next to 1,000-foot lake freighters and oceangoing vessels to take in the activities of the Twin Ports harbor. See lighthouses, ships, beautiful waters and more during your narrated tour aboard the Vista Fleet. Daily May-October. Call for group rates and information. Wheelchair accessible on the 1st deck only. Please call or visit our website for the current cruise schedule and specials! Schedule varies throughout our season and is subject to change.

www.vistafleet.com

Western Waterfront Trail

Grand Ave at 72nd Ave W, Duluth, Minnesota

Grand Avenue at 72nd Avenue West (across from the Zoo). A 3 1/2 mile path along the St. Louis River. This trail is ideal for hiking, jogging, biking, showshoeing and general sightseeing. Great opportunity to view a variety of species of plants and animals.

Wheel Fun Rentals

3609 Heights Court, St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301

(320) 266-1164 www.wheelfunrentals.com

Whoopsa Daisy Farm

5399 Samuelson Road, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

Family Farm open Fall weekends August. 28th – November 1st, Friday, Saturdays, and Sundays, 10-6. Activities include a tractor playground, haystack, sand pile, Dino Land, hayride, yard games, horse hunt, crafts, donkeys, goats, and chickens, snacks, a craft sale, and more.

Zeitgeist Arts

222 East Superior Street, Suite 326, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 336-1410 www.zeitgeistarts.com

Zinema

222 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 722-7300 www.zeitgeistarts.com

Cat’s Paw Charters

1000 Minnesota Ave., Duluth, Minnesota 55802

(218) 727-2360 www.lakesuperiorhatterasfishing.com

DEFY Duluth Park

101 N. 46th Ave W, Duluth, Minnesota 55807

218-481-7667

Come have an Amazing Experience at our Indoor Extreme Trampoline Arena. Over 15,000 square feet of interconnected, trampolines in a Brand New 25,000 sq. ft facility. Our Trampoline Park features amazing world-class activities like Extreme Dodgeball, Trapeze, Launchpads, Foam Pits, Dunk Zones, a Battle Beam and even a state of the art Ninja Obstacle Course!

defy.com

Duluth Flying Club

4535 Airport Approach Rd, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

(218) 461-0520

The Duluth Flying Club rents aircraft to licensed pilots and provides flight instruction to current and aspiring pilots.  Check out our website to learn about our fleet and our experienced flight instructors!

flyduluth.com

Duluth Huskies Baseball Club

Wade Stadium 101 N 34th Ave W, Duluth, Minnesota 55807

(218) 786-9909

Come out and enjoy quality family entertainment at historic Wade Municipal Stadium right here in Duluth.  Now entering their 15th season in the Northwoods League, the Huskies have established themselves as perennial contenders by bringing in the best college players from the strongest baseball programs throughout the country.  During the Huskies first 14 seasons, several former Duluth players have reached Major League Baseball. Players are exposed to a high level of play and showcase their talent before professional scouts. The team plays 72 games in 75 days from late May through mid-August providing our players with the best minor league experience in the country.  Tickets can be purchased over the phone, online or at the box office. Group outing rates are available if purchased in advance. Come root for your locally owned Duluth Huskies!

www.duluthhuskies.com

FlyDuluth

4535 Airport Approach Rd, Duluth, Minnesota 55811

(218) 461-0520

FlyDuluth provides sightseeing tours and introductory flight lessons known as Discovery Flights in single-engine, four-seat aircraft.  It’s a great way for visitors, family, friends, and acquaintances to be exposed to our community’s extensive world of aviation from the sky!

flyduluth.com

On the Rocks Art Studio

307 Canal Park Drive, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218-525-2736 www.ontherocksart.com

Zero Hour Escape Rooms

5 West 1st Street #103, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

218-606-1139

Minnesota Whitewater Rafting

3212 River Gate Ave., Cloquet, Minnesota 55720

218-522-4446 www.minnesotawhitewater.com

North Shore SUP

Barker's IslanBarker's Island, Superior, Wisconsin 55480

(218) 343-1308 www.DuluthSUP.com

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