Comfort Suites Canal Park
408 Canal Park Dr.
Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: (218) 727-1378
Fax: (218) 727-1947
Arts & Museums
The most visited marine museum on the Great Lakes, this museum features exhibits and programs that explore and elucidate upper lakes commercial shipping; one may also see restored rooms from ships, fifty scale models, and a variety of interactive displays.
This floating museum is permanently docked along the Duluth waterfront and features many exhibits and artifacts that document the ship
Beautiful artworks and shimmering glass wares are stacked against the walls of this independent store/ gallery. Situated on the West First Street, Legacy Glassworks prides itself on displaying and selling the products that are made only within the country, so staying away from the inferior imports. Its collection is unique, comprising high-quality water pipes, cigars, flavored shishas, tobaccos and other similar products. The glass are molded using the hand blowing techniques by the local artisans. Apart from this, the store also supports local talents by allowing them to display their artworks on its walls as well as by hosting concerts. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum is a great place for a walk down time. Climb aboard the restored wagons which are centuries old, or stop by at the smaller children's museum which delights the little ones. Guided tours are available around the Lake Superior too.
This art museum features contemporary artwork by local, regional, and nationally known artists, as well as including a fully equipped studio for weaving, ceramics, and photography.
The Duluth Children's Museum strives to spark children's natural curiosity. They encourage their active participation in a changing world through play-filled learning experiences. The Museum appeals to the child in everyone from 9 weeks to 99+ years. Enjoy permanent collections, play in the campsite, explore traveling exhibits; come join in the fun!
The French Norman-style Historic Union Depot was once the busiest railroad station in Duluth. The Depot now houses exhibits by four museums and is home to productions of the Duluth Playhouse and four other performing arts organizations. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This museum features memorabilia from what was once the most successful brewery in the state and explicates the legendary history of northern Minnesota's brewing industry.
The Karpeles Library is the world's largest private holding of important original manuscripts & documents. It features rotating exhibits that focus on up to 26 documents at one time, which may explore a variety of topics including history, music, science, literature, and art.
This 32,000 square foot, nine gallery museum collects and interprets art from around the world and presents eight to ten major exhibitions each year.
The midwest's first World War II museum that honors all WWII participants. The exhibits include a restored P-38 lightning.
SS Meteor is one of the only surviving examples of the whaleback design. It holds a record for having the longest sailing tenure among other McDougall’s Whalebacks. This cargo ship is now a well-preserved museum and features on the National Register of Historic Places.