Welcome To Duluth
Duluth is a place like no other. An endless horizon where the largest freshwater lake in the world meets the sky.
The Great Taste of Canal Park
Grandma’s Saloon and Grill a Duluth icon, has been serving up unforgettable experiences since 1976. For Southwest fare, Little Angie’s is located at the corner of the famous Grandma’s Marathon finish line. Check out the family friendly atmosphere and sports at The Sports Garden. And last, for a simple, colorful, elegant, and exceptional dining experience it’s Bellisio’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar. Recipient of Wine Spectator’s prestigious “Best of Award of Excellence” every year since it opened in 1999.
Need a Place to Stay In Duluth?
Whether you are planning a romantic retreat for two or a family getaway the Stay In Duluth hotel group has beautiful hotels in Canal Park, great lakeside rooms on Lake Superior, and other centralized locations within minutes of many local attractions. Stay In Duluth.
The Official Guide to Duluth
Duluth is a place like no other. An endless horizon where the largest freshwater lake in the world meets the sky. Rocky cliffs and pristine forests where you’ll find miles of trails to explore. A thriving community where you can take in a show, explore nature, enjoy a meal and stay in comfort no matter where your plans take you. Visit Duluth.
Lake Superior Marine Museum
Drawing more visitors than any other museum on Lake Superior. Film shows, model ships and exhibits featuring the commercial shipping of Lake Superior and the Duluth-Superior Harbor. Open year-round. No admission. Programs always free.
Bayfront Festival Park
Bayfront Festival Park has a variety of event and activities throughout the year. In the winter months, there is ice skating, lights and the annual Bentlyville Festival of Lights. In the summer enjoy an exciting array of festivals that feature music and food.
Lakewalk / Baywalk
This 4.2 mile pathway named the Duluth Lakewalk traces the shore of Lake Superior, and fronting the Duluth downtown area featuring the beauty of Lake Superior and the fascinating lure of a working port with foreign and domestic vessels sailing nearby.
Great Lakes Aquarium
The 62,000-square-foot Aquarium houses over 200 different species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals. It is one of few aquariums in the United States that focuses predominantly on freshwater exhibits featuring animals and habitats found within the Great Lakes basin and other freshwater ecosystems such as the Amazon River. Plenty of interactive exhibits and re-created habitats are fun and educational for children.