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Best things to do in Duluth

History Museum
“Glensheen Mansion is a 39-room mansion is perched on the shore of Lake Superior at the start of the North Shore Drive. Check to see what kind of events they have in store! ”
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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”
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Museum
“Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center honors the memory of Major Bong and all veterans of World War II through exhibits, programs and lectures”
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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.”
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Museum
“They have a permanent display as well as a featured student artist display.”
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Museum
“Riding the train is great fun! Excursions run seven days a week during the summer, weekends in the spring and fall. Take the 1 1/2-hour Lester River Trip, a six-hour excursion to Two Harbors or the popular family “Pizza Train.” There are “Elegant Dinner Trains,” “Murder Mystery Trains,” “The Grandma’s Marathon Special” and others. Call for group rates and special charters. ”
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Dworzec kolejowy
“Climb up in the cab of one of the world’s largest steam locomotives and take the throttle of the huge Yellowstone Class Mallet.”
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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!”
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Museum
“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.”
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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”
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Museum
“Free museum with excellent exhibits, movies and views of the canal that announces information on every large ship that comes through next to the building. On the same walk as you would take to the Canal Park Lighthouse and the Lift Bridge. Can't recommend it enough.”
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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.”
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