What’s old is new again in Duluth, Minnesota, where there are several places to stay and attractions housed in buildings that have lived former lives.
The People and the Place
From budget-friendly family activities to hidden waterfalls to recommendations from locals, check out our blog for trip ideas and to learn more about what makes Duluth so special.
Puck Drop on Duluth: Celebrate the City’s Hockey Culture
Duluth’s strong hockey culture can be seen all over the city, no matter the season. It’s produced many NHL greats, members of Olympic teams, collegiate titles and high school state champions. It is also home to a loyal and enthusiastic fan base, one of the many reasons why Minnesota is dubbed, “The State of Hockey.”
For visitors to this great hockey city, we’ve outlined Duluth’s hockey history, where to catch or play a game and where to cheer on your team with fellow hockey enthusiasts.
Duluth’s Native Culture & Heritage
The shores of Lake Superior have been home to native people for centuries. The City of Duluth and the surrounding region rests on the traditional Indigenous land of the Lake Superior Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) people. You’ll…
Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial Located on the corner of 1st Street and 2nd Avenue East, Downtown Duluth. Likenesses of Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie are enshrined by a solemn memorial in downtown Duluth,…