Museums and Galleries in Duluth and Superior
Located at the foot of the Aerial Lift Bridge in Canal Park. Admission is free. Get a digital tour guide just by using your cell phone!
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"Art of the North" Sivertson Gallery, located in Canal Park in Duluth and in Grand Marais, MN. Beautiful art inspired by the North Shore.
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Explore all kinds of exhibits, new programs, all in a brand new space. Check their website for up-to-date information.
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Lizzards Art Gallery and Framing can frame nearly anything. They also offer consultation and installation services. Check out their website for current featured artists.
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Located on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus, this museum functions as an art collecting and teaching institution. Their permanent collection features over 8,000 pieces.
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Located right on Superior Street in downtown Duluth. Incredible works of art, jewelry, and more created from glass. See their work or take a class!
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Three Museums, one heritage. Check out the famous Fairlawn Mansion, S.S. Meteor, and Old Firehouse and Police Museum.
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Located just up the shore in Two Harbors, MN. Fine art, custom framing, and gifts! Check out their events calendar for upcoming exhibits.
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Veterans Historical Center in Superior, WI. The center is an educational resource with collections that preserve the legacy of these interesting veterans and their supporters.
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William A. Irvin
Iron Ore Boat for more than 40 years on the Great Lakes. Tour the huge vessel daily from May through September.
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Interactive exhibits, history about the region, and amazing trains; diesel locomotives, steam engines, passenger cars, cabooses, steam-powered rotary snowplow, and more!
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