Northeastern Minnesota

Renegade Comedy Theatre - The only professional theatre company in the Northland devoted exclusively to fun & laughs! Renegade offers original comedy revues every summer & winter, a Comedy Spook Show every Halloween season, and comic productions by established playwrights like Durang, Kling & Simon and a full season of Renegade Children's Theatre.

Duluth Playhouse - The mission of the Duluth Playhouse is to offer exceptional entertainment, training, and performance opportunities in theater arts that may inspire, challenge, and engage.

Arrowhead Chorale - Repertoire spans five centuries of Western Music traditions - sacred and secular, folksong and artsong, opera chorus and vocal jazz, music with humorous texts and occasional full operetta performances

Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum - One of the world's largest private holding of important original documents and manuscripts. The Museum features a rotating exhibit designed to focus on 26 documents at any one time. The documents are educational and entertaining. Topics are presented from the fields of history, music, science, literature and art.

Minnesota Discovery Center - Where the heritage of northeastern Minnesota is preserved, celebrated and showcased for visitors of all ages. Hear stories from the past and experience a slice of life as pioneers and immigrants from 43 nations experienced it so many years ago. Don't forget to enjoy miniature golf, a scenic trolley ride, ethnic cuisine and traditional song and dance.

Lake Superior Marine Museum - Film shows, model ships and exhibits featuring the commercial shipping of Lake Superior and the Duluth-Superior Harbor. At Canal Park you are within yards of giant lake carriers and foreign ships as they pass under the world-famous Aerial Lift Bridge.

United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum - Since 1973, 103 great American hockey people with outstanding hockey achievements from all of the competitive levels of the game have been enshrined. Visitors experience the thrilling game action and inspiring achievements of players, coaches, builders and administrators through authentic, informative and entertaining displays and memorabilia.

Duluth Children's Museum - A place where children begin their lifelong exploration of an ever-expanding world. The mission of the Duluth Children's Museum is to spark children's curiosity. In all of its creative and educational activities.

Fairlawn Mansion & Museum - Overlooking the bay and Lake Superior is Fairlawn, the estate of industrialist and Superior's second mayor Martin Pattison. Built in 1890, this 42- room mansion recalls the elegance and prosperity of Superior's early boomtown days, as well as the mansion's unique 42 year period as a children's home.

Duluth Art Institute - Enriches daily life with dynamic, innovative arts programming that upholds excellence and promotes active community participation.

Great Lakes Aquarium - Dive into the Great Lakes Aquarium, where exploring Lake Superior - and all the freshwater wonders of the world - is fun! The 62,000-square-foot aquarium showcases 70 species of fish, plus birds, reptiles, amphibians and river otters in five habitat exhibits around Lake Superior and 19 satellite tanks.

Duluth Entertainment Convention Center - Home of the restored steamer S.S. William A. Irvin, former flagship of U.S. Steel's Great Lakes Fleet, Duluth OMNIMAX, Ship of Ghouls. The center is also home to a variety of concerts, movies, ballet, symphony, Broadway shows and more.

Minnesota Ballet - One of the finest regional dance companies in the Midwest. This professional company of fourteen dynamic artists, home-based in Duluth, tours nationally, entertaining audiences with a repertoire as diverse as it is artistic.

Glensheen Estate - A 7.6 acre estate built between 1905-08 by Chester A. Congdon. Glensheen is historically important because of its original condition. A significant part of Duluth's history has been preserved at Glensheen and is available for you to experience.

Lake Superior Railroad Museum - Climb up into the cab of one of the world's largest steam locomotives and take the throttle of the Yellowstone Class Mallet. Take in the view from the cupola of a wooden caboose. Imagine what dining on the rails was like as you marvel at one-of-a-kind dining car china and table settings displayed in a restored, turn-of-the-century coach.

North West Company Fur Post - Step into the recreated world of 1804, where you can stop at the Ojibwe encampment and learn how the seasonal living of the Ojibwe changed when Europeans arrived.

Forest History Center - Visit a recreated turn-of-the-century logging camp where you'll find the camp blacksmith, saw filer, clerk, cook and lumberjacks. Then, board the moored river 'wanigan,' a floating cook shack used when the logs and men headed downstream to the mills.

Greyhound Bus Museum - Hibbing is recognized as the birthplace of the bus industry in the United States. Visitors can now see and hear the story, which includes thirteen historical buses.

Judy Garland Museum - Honoring the talent and legacy of America's Treasure, Judy Garland. The Museum encourages people to learn about this great Twentieth Century artist though educational exhibits, publications and special events.

Ellingson Car Museum - A stroll through the museum will take you on a nostalgic trip through the automotive past. Enjoy seeing 100 vehicles, including cars, trucks and motorcycles, from the early 1920's through the muscle cars of the 60's and 70's. Historic videos, pictures, memorabilia and a doll collection are also on display.

Veteran's Memorial Hall - The Hall has a mission to gather, preserve, interpret, and promote the rich and diverse human experiences of veterans, their families, and communities through museum, archival, and educational programs.

North Shore Scenic Railroad - History comes alive on the Lakefront line of the North Shore Scenic Railroad. During the summer season several trains a day depart the historical Union Depot for a trip through downtown Duluth, Canal Park, along the shore of the Lake Superior and deep into the majestic North woods.

International Wolf Center - Sitting in the heart of the Superior National Forest in Ely. Go into the forest to howl to wild wolves, watch a pack of wolves eat dinner or enjoy a dog sledding adventure with the whole family.

Hartley Nature Center‎ - Hartley serves more than 20,000 visitors a year. Here they believe that if people have a clearer picture of how nature functions, they will enjoy it more and do all they can to protect it.

Lake Superior Zoo - Located in the beautiful lakeside city of Duluth. Visitors can see animals from around the world and peer curiously into the naturalistic exhibits surrounded with majestic pines and a waterfall cascading into Kingsbury Creek and the lush growth of wild flowers.

Superior Whitewater - Whitewater rafting is one of Minnesota's hottest outdoor adventures. This exciting 21/2 hour trip is on the St. Louis River, just 15 miles south of Duluth. You're in for a treat, and in good hands with the friendliest, most experienced guides.