Thank you for taking advantage of all the ways to save money when you visit Duluth, Minnesota. There is so much more to do and see while you visit Duluth and we have a few additional suggestions. Park Point (aka Minnesota Point) runs approximately seven miles along the Lake Superior Shore. Relax on the warm sand, swim in the cool waters of the big lake or hunt for agates along the shore. There are three parking lots with public access to the beach.
We also invite you to visit the William A. Irvin ore boat where you can tour the inner workings of these massive ships for a small admission price. Take a stroll along the canal piers or along the Duluth Lakewalk or watch the shipping traffic come through the canal. And don’t forget to do a little shopping at the many boutique and unique shops!
While in the area of Canal Park, be sure to take advantage of FREE admission to the Lake Superior Marine Museum at the base of the Aerial Lift Bridge. The Tweed Art Museum on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus also has FREE admission.
Enger Tower sits on the Duluth hillside and marks the location of Enger Park. Visitors to Enger can enjoy a game of golf overlooking the city and Lake Superior, stroll the park grounds, or climb the tower to get a great view.
Skyline Drive traverses the entire city along the ridge for 25 miles offering spectacular views of the St. Louis River, Lake Superior, and the City of Duluth. This is a popular drive in the fall season when the hillside and area are flush with colored leaves.
Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum is free and has the largest collection of manuscripts and documents. Historical displays are changed throughout the year. We have a few more ways for you to save money.
These websites offer coupons or discounted deals that are changed regularly. http://www.seizethedeal.com/cities/duluth
For more happenings in Duluth, visit our blog where we keep up on things to do during any given time of the year.