Comfort Inn West
3900 W. Superior St.
Duluth, MN 55807
Phone: (218) 628-1464
Fax: (218) 624-7263
Denfeld High School is a school in the locality of Duluth, educating students from nine to twelve grades. The school is housed inside an architecturally rich building with a huge clock tower and a auditorium.
With the imposing Enger Tower at its heart, the picturesque Enger Park offers beautiful views of the periphery. The park also features beautifully landscaped areas including a Japanese garden.
Discover and get up close with wild animals at one of the best zoos in the state. Established in 1923, Lake Superior Zoo grew from a private collection of deer to one of the finest wildlife facilities in the region. Beyond the animal exhibits, the zoo offers numerous programs including summer camps and field trips for kids.
North Shore Scenic Railroad is perfect family gateway in Duluth. Take a ride at this historic railroad and enjoy the scenic Lester River.
Discover the fascinating world of underwater creatures of the Great Lakes Basin at this fantastic facility located at the harbor. The expansive facility houses freshwater species from the native ecosystem as well as others like the Amazon River. The aquarium also offers numerous educational and outreach programs.
Constructed in 1905, the imposing Aerial Lift Bridge is an engineering marvel, and one of the only two such bridges in the world. The bridge can be lifted as much as 180 feet (54.86 meters) to allow most major vessels to pass underneath.
This vibrant harbor-side district is one of the city's liveliest quarters, with excellent dining and entertainment options. Prominent things to see in Canal Park include the picturesque Lakewalk and the Great Lakes Aquarium.
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.
Besides picturesque views of Lake Superior, this lush park is popular for its detailed replica of a Viking ship. While here, don't miss the impeccably landscaped rose garden.
Constructed in 1908, the magnificent Glensheen Mansion is one of the oldest standing residences. Interiors of the 39-room mansion are regal, and have been impeccably preserved. Guided tours of the property are available.
Watch and learn about the magnificent hawk and other migratory birds of the Western Lake Superior region at this fantastic facility. Hawk Ridge was established in 1973 to protect the migratory birds who would have otherwise been a target of hunters. Today the observatory is a major avenue for birding and attracts visitors from all over the world.
North Shore Scenic Drive is also known as Minnesota State Highway 61 and is an All-American Road. It begins in Duluth and ends near Grand Portage. It stretches 148.84 miles (239.53 kilometers) of beautiful scenery. It passes through seven parks such as Gooseberry Falls State Park, Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, Grand Portage State Park and Tettegouche State Park. Grand Portage State Forest and Superior National Forest also are on its way. This historic highway was built in the 1920s. You will also come across many shoreline shops, eateries and galleries while driving. Indeed a memorable trip on road when on this interstate.