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Great kids experience. or the kid in some of us older folks. Bustling area of Duluth. Funky shops, great museum and always the Big Lake. Hopefully you will be there when the bridge rises for a ship. A big or ship or even a small...More
I get to cross this bridge every day to get to my summer home. I never tire of the inconvenience of waiting for the bridge to go up or down to let ships pass. It reminds me that I am NOT in charge in this...More
If you are in Duluth, you must visit it’s icon; the aerial lift bridge. Aside from Split Rock Lighthouse, this is probably the most photographed location on the North Shore and draws people from all over the world. Come during shipping season so you can...More
Like many "locals", I tend to take the lift bridge for granted... however a look into the history and unique attributes of the bridge make me realize how lucky we are to have this right here. Visit in the summer (too cold during the polar...More
The Ariel Lift Bridge ,in Canal Park in Duluth is not only on the National Historic Landmarks (1973), it is one of the most photographed and recognizable land marks in the city of Duluth. Beginning in 1905 as a transport bridge, meaning vehicles moved over...More
Since this is a bridge, you can park on the MN side or the WI side. Pretty much like Navy Pier Chicago, the city of Duluth developed their side fully for tourism purpose. But if you want free parking and less tourist traps, park your...More
There are boat tours of the harbor and lake-we've taken the Vista Fleet tours and found them interesting. You can fish from shore along the lake or harbor. Brighton Beach at the north end of town is great for picnics... More
There are boat tours of the harbor and lake-we've taken the Vista Fleet tours and found them interesting. You can fish from shore along the lake or harbor. Brighton Beach at the north end of town is great for picnics, rock-throwing, and splashing. Enjoy!