Duluth Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Duluth; our list of the best things to see, including The Edge, Lake Superior Zoo and Duluth Pack Store.
  • The best place in Duluth: The Edge

    The Edge

    2400 London Rd
    30,000 square feet Polynesian indoor waterpark. The Edge takes guests far away to a tropical island–with an exploding volcano and Polynesian-themed water adventures all around. Eat, drink and relax at Tiki Tom’s Oasis & Grill.
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  • Lake Superior Zoo

    Lake Superior Zoo

    7210 Fremont St
    You’ll find hundreds of animals and exotic species at the Lake Superior Zoo. Located just 10 minutes from Downtown Duluth, the zoo offers year-round recreational opportunities for animal lovers of all ages.
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  • Duluth Pack Store

    Duluth Pack Store

    365 Canal Park Dr
    Canoes, clothing & gear. Duluth-made luggage & packs. Unique north woods gifts.
  • Glensheen Mansion

    Glensheen Mansion

    3300 London Rd
    Summer: 9AM-5:30PM daily (first tour at 9:30AM, last tour at 4PM). Winter: Sa-Su 9:30AM-3:30PM (first tour at 10AM, last tour at 3PM), M-F by reservation only. Expanded tour $26 adults, $24 seniors, $15 children 6-12; standard tour $15 adults, $14 seniors, $9 children 6-12; grounds-only tour $5 for everyone; children 5 and under are free on any tour. Built in 1908 for the Congdon family. Standard one hour guided tour includes the basement, first floor, and second floor. The expanded 1.5 guided hour tour includes the above plus the third floor. The carriage house and the landscaped grounds can be explored unguided.
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  • Enger Tower

    Enger Tower

    off of Hank Jensen Dr in Enger Park
    An observation tower at the top of the hill in Enger Park that provides panoramic views of Duluth and the Twin Ports area. The park boasts lovely and distinct gardens: shade hostas, over 200 perennials, 4,000 daffodils and an expanded Japanese garden.
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  • Nothern Waters Smokehaus

    Nothern Waters Smokehaus

    394 S Lake Ave
    Smoked fish, meats and sausages, artisan cheese, unique deli sandwiches, gourmet sundries, gift boxes and catering.
  • Siiviis


    361 Canal Park Dr
    Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery: A fresh new store offering exceptional gifts, jewelry, and artwork from across the globe. Trollbead retailer.
  • Historic Waterfront District

    Historic Waterfront District

    Welcome to Duluth’s Downtown Waterfront, where our businesses are nestled around the western tip of majestic Lake Superior.
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  • The Brewhouse Brewery and Grille

    The Brewhouse Brewery and Grille

    600 E Superior St
    Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. Not just for those looking for a drink; they also have an excellent menu featuring local favorites, including the veggie-friendly Wild Rice Burger. (Try the chocolate cake cold).
  • Hanabi Japanese Cuisine

    Hanabi Japanese Cuisine

    110 N. 1st Ave W
    M-Sa 11AM to 11PM Su Noon to 10PM. Sushi and other Japanese cuisine and a full bar in a beautiful new space that manages to be family friendly in the early hours and romantic late into the night.Vegan friendly
  • Amazing Grace Bakery Cafe

    Amazing Grace Bakery Cafe

    394 S Lake Ave
    Su-Th 7AM-9PM F-Sa 7AM-10PM. $8-$13. Great sandwiches and soup. Delicious homemade bread. Live music and relaxing atmosphere.
  • Anchor Bar

    Anchor Bar

    413 Tower Ave
  • Va Bene

    Va Bene

    734 E Superior St
    Su-Th 10AM-9PM, F-Sa 10AM-10PM. A hip, casual Italian restaurant with a wonderful selection of wines, cocktails, liqueurs, and Italian sodas. An outdoor patio (partially covered for rainy days) affords a great view of Lake Superior.
  • Blue Heron Trading Co.

    394 S Lake Ave
    Known for its unique selection of housewares and gourmet kitchen tools. Carries top brands like Le Creuset, Zyliss, and Chantal, as well as carefully chosen local and imported specialty foods, Colorful home decor accessories, and a full assortment of kitchen gadgets to outfit any kitchen.
  • Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

    395 S Lake Ave
    Su-Th 10AM-9PM F-Sa 10AM-10PM. Watch them make fudge and caramel apples along with other storemade treats. Offers over 40 varieties of gourmet chocolates, gift baskets, party trays and corporate/wedding programs.
  • The Aerial Lift Bridge and Canal Park

    Lake Av
    This is the signature icon of Duluth
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  • Waters of Superior

    395 S Lake Ave
    Unique women’s clothing and handmade jewelry, regional fine arts, and Blacklock photography gallery.
  • Skyline Lanes

    4894 Miller Trunk Highway
  • Vista Fleet Sightseeing & Dining Cruise

    323 Harbor Dr
    Daily May-October. Sunset Dinner cruises, exciting narrated sightseeing tours, relaxing moonlight cruises, and delightful ice cream and pizza cruises with entertainment for the whole family. See lighthouses, ships, beautiful waters and more.
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  • Duluth Huskies Baseball

    34th Ave W
    Playing in the Northwoods League, the Huskies have established themselves as perennial contenders by bringing in the best college players from the strongest baseball programs in the country.
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  • Great Lakes Aquarium

    353 Harbor Dr
    Hands-on discovery center encourages guests to explore animals and ecosystems found in the Great Lakes and beyond. Visitors experience the geologic forces that shaped Lake Superior, watch as divers feed fish in a massive two-story tank, raise and lower locks on a scale model of the Great Lakes, pilot a virtual ore boat under the Aerial Lift Bridge and pet young sturgeon and freshwater stingrays. Exhibits showcase over 70 different species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals providing a unique window into watery worlds.
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  • North Shore Scenic Railroad

    506 W Michigan St
    Scenic old fashioned train rides. Trains run along the rugged shoreline of Lake Superior and deep into the majestic Northwoods. Tours range from 90 minutes to 6 hours. Seven days a week during the summer, weekends in the spring and fall.
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  • Lake Superior Railroad Museum

    506 W michigan St.
    One of the Midwest's largest and most diverse collections of railroad artifacts. The collection includes one of the world's largest steam locomotives (the Mallet), the first locomotive in Minnesota (the William Crooks), one of the nation's largest displays of dining car china, cabooses, freight cars, a railway post office and much more.
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  • Positive Energy Outdoors

    15 Miles of Duluth
    Draft Horses Sleigh and wagon rides, learn to harness and drive or just enjoy the ride. Rock Climbing In Duluth and up the shore, climbing for all ages and abilities. Kayaking Private inland lake just north of Duluth or Lake Superior at Two Harbors, Split Rock Lighthouse or the fantastic sea cliffs off Shovel Point or Palisade Head.
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  • S.S. William A. Irvin Boat Museum

    350 Harbor Dr.
    Summer: 9AM-6PM daily.. $8-$10. Open daily May-October, guided tours only. During the month of October the ship is transformed into a large haunted ship.
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  • Vertical Endeavors

    329 S Lake Av
    M-Sa 11AM-9PM Su 11AM-6PM. $110+. 14,000-square-feet of climbing surface, on walls up to 42 feet tall, making it one of the best-rounded facilities in the Midwest. Scattered throughout the facility are 30 top ropes, lead climbing, 12 Auto Belays, and a large bouldering cave.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Duluth uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.