Twin Ports Attractions

S.S William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum  


Aerial Lift Bridge 


Canal Park 


Glensheen Historic Estate 


Enger Park and Tower 


Gooseberry Falls  


North Shore Scenic Railroad 


Bayfront Festival Park 


Minnesota’s North Shore Scenic Drive 


Skyline Parkway 


Duluth Lakewalk 


Leif Erikson Park and The Duluth Rose Garden 


Spirit Mountain Recreation Area 


Vista Fleet Duluth Cruises 


Duluth Depot 


Hawk Ridge Observatory 


Jay Cooke State Park 


Lake Superior Marine Museum and Maritime Visitor Center


Duluth Zoo 


Great Lakes Aquarium 


Edgewater Hotel and Waterpark 

Official visitors guide to Duluth, MN

From attractions to relaxation, you'll find it all here!

Travel Superior

Douglas County and its unique communities are nestled on the western tip of the Great Lake Superior. Whether you are looking for incredible scenery, rich history, rare attractions, colorful events or year-round recreational opportunities, Douglas County has something to fit your needs. The area has much to offer visitors and residents alike, including both historical and natural sites, as well as industry and a growing economy. We look forward to your visit!

Duluth Entertainment Convention Center

Premiere destination convention center in Northern Minnesota with nearly 1 million square feet of rentable space. We are the epicenter of entertainment in Duluth, Minnesota.

Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce

Looking for things to do in Duluth? You’ve come to the right place! Browse the list of attractions, events, and fun activities below.

Duluth Parks & Recreation

Along the great Lake Superior, Duluth's extensive and all-season park system is a critical component of the City's physical, environmental, social, and economic well-being. In addition to a number of destination-quality parks, Duluth's park system offers an array of recreation amenities and a diverse trail network. Duluth's trail system includes 10 miles of horseback trail, 30 miles of paved accessible trail, 16 miles of gravel accessible trail, 38 miles of cross-country ski trail, 85 miles of bike-optimized single track trail, and over 150 miles of natural surface hiking trail!

Travel Wisconsin

At the northwest tip of Wisconsin, Superior’s spectacular natural setting on Lake Superior includes part of the largest freshwater sandbar in the world. Explore awe-inspiring waterfalls in state parks, soak up history at museums in town and shop, dine, and stay in this gem of a city with your favorite people for a one-of-a-kind Wisconsin getaway.

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