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Whether you travel to Duluth for a couple of days or a longer break, you will find more than enough cultural, historical and scenic attractions to keep you and your family entertained.

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Duluth Vacation Packages

This area of Northeast Minnesota has nearly 86,000 inhabitants.

St. Paul, the state capital, is about 140 miles to the south of Duluth, while Superior is 13 miles to the south.

After a place to take the kids? One of the most fun-filled family activities around town is the Duluth Children's Museum.

Watch on in wonder as aquatic animals travel through the water at Great Lakes Aquarium.

The Lake Superior Zoo is an amazing place to take the family for a fascinating afternoon among big and small critters. Be sure to ask the staff about feeding times and where to find the zoo's rarer specimens.

To learn more about the fine art of brewing, make sure you visit the Castle Danger Brewery. The knowledgeable brewmaster will teach you all about the different brewing methods they use, and what it is that makes these beers so distinctive.

Whether you're crazy about poker or you simply like the exciting atmosphere of casinos, your best bet here is the Fond-du-Luth Casino or Black Bear Casino.

When the weather is fine, grab something for lunch and head out to one of the area's leafy urban parks, such as Canal Park or Leif Erickson Park and Rose Garden. Gooseberry Falls State Park and Jay Cooke State Park are two more excellent places to while away a lazy day with a good book.

Got a spare day and you don't know what to do? The helpful staff at Thompson Hill Information Center can give you some pointers. Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center and Maritime Visitors Center are two more useful places to visit.

Enjoy the fresh salty air, play catch with the kids and watch the seabirds soaring overhead at Park Point Beach.

Want to escape the noise of the city? Head out to Enger Park and Hartley Park and Nature Center. Nature-loving visitors will also have an excellent time at Superior Hiking Trail and Stoney Point.

See the world in a new light with some time at one of the area's intriguing cultural spaces. The Lake Superior Railroad Museum and the Lake Superior Maritime Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Another two worth considering are the S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum and the Lake County Historical Depot Museum.

Consider spending an afternoon at Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium to learn about scientific discoveries and other wonders of the world.

The North Shore Scenic Railroad and Enger Tower are certainly worth planning a trip to, even if history isn't your forte. More tales from the days of old are waiting for you at the Glensheen Historic Estate and Tom's Historic Logging Camp.

Take a moment to watch the water ebb and flow past Aerial Lift Bridge. This age-old structure has played a vital role in connecting the city's inhabitants.

After checking out the base of The Breakwater and Light House, seek out a surrounding vantage point and admire it with a coastal backdrop.

Make the time to consider a tale from this community's past at SS Meteor Whaleback Ship Museum.

With the University of Minnesota Duluth, the College of St. Scholastica and the Duluth Business University all in such close proximity, it isn't surprising that this place attracts so many young people. A visit to any of these campuses can be a rewarding experience for anyone who has an interest in educational institutions.

Browse local fashion and purchase a few souvenirs in a few of the area's shopping centers, such as Miller Hill Mall and Dungeon's End.

To see the cultural side of things, head to Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, one of the best-loved live performance venues in the area. Head off well before showtime and enjoy a few drinks and a meal at one of the nearby eateries.

Ticked everything off your to-do list? Make sure you haven't missed Superior Whitewater Rafting and Manitou.

Accommodation in Duluth

Pre-booking a nice place to stay often equates to great vacations. You'll find some of the most popular accommodations in Duluth through Expedia's up-to-date lodging guide.

Duluth lodgings include The Inn on Lake Superior and Sheraton Duluth Hotel.

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