Duluth-Superior Harbor

Description:

At the western end of Lake Superior, Duluth-Superior Harbor offers a close view of commercial shipping, lighthouses, a park, and a lakewalk. The Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center exhibits the Corps' role in harbor and connecting channel development. All aspects of shipping are displayed with ship artifacts, scale models, and a full size pilot house replica. School and community group programs are extensive. For a "live" view of the harbor click on the following: Duluth Superior Webcam.

Directions:

The Visitor Center is located at the foot of Canal Park Drive a few blocks from downtown Duluth, or from I-35, at exit 56-B. There is nearby parking.

Phone:

(218) 720-5271

Email:

Address:

USACE, Duluth Area Office 600 Lake Street Duluth, MN 55802

Activities:

Historic & Cultural Site Visitor Center Environmental Education

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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