Top 13 Tourist Attractions in Duluth – Travel Minnesota

Top 13 Tourist Attractions in Duluth – Travel Minnesota

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3 Popular Attractions In Minnesota

  • Voyageurs National Park: National park in northern Minnesota.
  • Minnesota Facts:

    • The St. Lawrence Seaway opened in 1959 allowing oceangoing ships to reach Duluth.
    • In Olivia a single half-husked cob towers over a roadside gazebo. It is 25 feet tall, made of fiberglass, and has been up since 1973.
    • There are 201 Mud Lakes, 154 Long Lakes, and 123 Rice Lakes commonly named in Minnesota.
    • Hibbing is the birthplace of the American bus industry. It sprang from the business acumen of Carl Wickman and Andrew “Bus Andy” Anderson – who opened the first bus line (with one bus) between the towns of Hibbing and Alice in 1914. The bus line grew to become Greyhound Lines, Inc.
    • Fifteen Fortune 500 companies call the Minneapolis – St. Paul region home. Target, UnitedHealth Group and Best Buy are just a few notables among the fifteen.
    Minnesota
    State of Minnesota
    Nickname(s):

    Land of 10,000 Lakes;
    North Star State; Gopher State
    Motto(s):

    L'Étoile du Nord (French: The Star of the North)
    Anthem:Hail! Minnesota
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    Map of the United States with Minnesota highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Minnesota Territory
    Admitted to the Union May 11, 1858 (32nd State in the Union)
    Capital Saint Paul
    Largest city Minneapolis
    Largest metro and urban areas Minneapolis–Saint Paul
    Government

    Governor Tim Walz (DFL)
    Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan (DFL)
    Legislature Minnesota Legislature
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Minnesota Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Amy Klobuchar (DFL)
    Tina Smith (DFL)
    U.S. House delegation 4 Democrats
    3 Republicans
    1 vacancy (list)
    Area

    •Total 86,935.83sqmi (225,163km2)
    •Land 79,626.74sqmi (206,232km2)
    •Water 7,309.09sqmi (18,930km2) 8.40%
    •Rank 12th
    Dimensions

    •Length about 400mi (640km)
    •Width 200–350mi (320–560km)
    Elevation

    1,200ft (370m)
    Highestelevation

    2,301ft (701m)
    Lowestelevation

    602ft (183m)
    Population

    (2021)
    •Total 5,707,390[4]
    •Rank 22nd
    •Density 68.9/sqmi (26.6/km2)
    •Rank 36th (2020 census)
    Median household income

    $74,593[5]
    •Income rank

    13th
    Demonym(s) Minnesotan
    Language

    Official language None
    Spoken language
    Time zone UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    MN
    ISO 3166 code US-MN
    Traditional abbreviation Minn.
    Latitude 43° 30′ N to 49° 23′ N
    Longitude 89° 29′ W to 97° 14′ W
    Website mn.gov

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    Top 13 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Duluth – Travel Minnesota:
    Minnesota's North Shore Scenic Driver, Lakewalk, Aerial Lift Bridge, Canal Park, Enger Park and Tower, Glensheen The Historic Congdon Estate, Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center, Leif Erickson Park & Rose Garden, Park Point, S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum, Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Great Lakes Aquarium, Lake Superior Zoo & Zoological Society

    2 thoughts on “Top 13 Tourist Attractions in Duluth – Travel Minnesota

    1. All great areas to visit, our family has enjoyed them all.
      Take Skyline Drive east of Enger Tower. Beautiful rustic curvy road that feels as if one is out west in mountain country.
      Look over the edge at a pull off spot and the city appears below. Great Lake Superior vistas.
      Look for the Seven Bridges curvy road down to the lake. These bridges were build during the national public works effort in the 1930's. Very dramatic and picturesque.
      Free!

    2. Wonder why they don’t show all the homeless and agendas being played out? They have some of highest taxes and poor living conditions. No jobs except seasonal. Bad streets high rent and only care about canal park area. Very liberal city and push the liberal narratives very hard on visitors

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