Comfort Inn West
3900 W. Superior St.
Duluth, MN 55807
Phone: (218) 628-1464
Fax: (218) 624-7263
3900 W. Superior St., Duluth, MN, US, 55807
- Phone: (218) 628-1464
- Fax: (218) 624-7263
This micro-brewery features specialty beers with local flavors and tours on certain days.
This aquarium is America's only all-fresh-water aquarium. It features live animals and interactive science and cultural history exhibits.
This site offers a tour of a World War II tugboat that was used to help build the Great Lakes Seaway. It was sunk near the end of the war after towing ammunition across the English Channel.
This zoo is 16 acres of naturalistic exhibits, with some of the featured animals including polar bears, Siberian tigers, and Angolan colobus monkeys. A variety of endangered and threatened animals, including snow leopards, black-footed ferrets, peregrine falcons, and bald eagles, are also featured.
SS Meteor is one of the only surviving examples of the whaleback design. It holds a record for having the longest sailing tenure among other McDougall’s Whalebacks. This cargo ship is now a well-preserved museum and features on the National Register of Historic Places.
This historic mansion features 42 rooms as well as serving as museum with exhibits and oral history of former residents and events.
A variety of regularly scheduled sailing instruction is offered including basic sailing and navigation.
Tour the S.S. Meteor, the last remaining whaleback freighter.
This late modeled speedway offers super stock and street stock racing events on a 3/8 mile clay track.
The Glensheen Estate is Duluth's premier historic home, which is located on more than seven acres and features beautifully landscaped gardens. The home, in the Jacobean style, is open for tours and offers 39 rooms that are filled with the original furnishings. This house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been seen on the Arts and Entertainment Network
Hartley Nature Center's mission is to "provide people opportunities for understanding, appreciation and stewardship of the natural environment." This goal is reached by offering public education programs and hands on activities.
This beautiful state park is the site of Big Manitou Falls, Wisconsin's highest waterfall at 165 feet.