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The Big Ticket Adventure Pass: Minneapolis - Bloomington - St Paul - Mall of America Attractions
"Once you purchase the pass a representative from the Bloomington CVB will follow up with an email with directions on how to obtain your mobile pass using a promo code on their website. Once you exchange the promo code for your passes an email and text will be sent to you immediately. The pass holder simply needs to present their e-ticket (displayed on their phone) to the attractions attendant or if the ticket was printed out show your print at home ticket to the attraction attendant. Once your attraction pass has been acknowledged at the first attraction you will have three days (NOTE: three days does not necessarily mean 72 hours) including that day to visit the six attractions. Each attraction can only be visited once within the three days."""
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Private Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour of Minneapolis
"Meet your driver-guide at your selected departure time and get comfortable aboard your elegant horse-drawn carriage. Leaving Nicollet Island you’ll cross the Merriam Street Bridge over the Mississippi River into downtown Minneapolis. Relax to the rhythm of horses’ hooves clomping along the cobblestones of Main Street and soak up the nostalgia of a slower era where period lighting fixtures and charming restaurants add to the old-world ambiance. Your carriage driver will customize the 1-hour narrated tour to fit your needs from full commentary to simply pointing out the highlights or leaving you to a romantic ride with a special someone. Pass by cultural and historical landmarks including St. Anthony Falls Mill City Museum Guthrie Theater and the Federal Reserve Bank. You’ll see the Minneapolis skyline travel through the Warehouse District
From $116.00
 
Private Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour of Minneapolis
"Meet your driver-guide at your selected departure time and get comfortable aboard your elegant horse-drawn carriage. Leaving Nicollet Island you’ll cross the Merriam Street Bridge over the Mississippi River into downtown Minneapolis. Relax to the rhythm of horses’ hooves clomping along the cobblestones of Main Street and soak up the nostalgia of a slower era where period lighting fixtures and charming restaurants add to the old-world ambiance. Your carriage driver will customize the 1-hour narrated tour to fit your needs from full commentary to simply pointing out the highlights or leaving you to a romantic ride with a special someone. Pass by cultural and historical landmarks including St. Anthony Falls Mill City Museum Guthrie Theater and the Federal Reserve Bank. You’ll see the Minneapolis skyline travel through the Warehouse District
From $116.00

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Duluth - Service Center for Northeast Minnesota

Consider spending extra time in Duluth and using it as a base of residence to see much of northern Minnesota. It's the commercial hub of an area stretching over 100 miles (160 km) to the north and...
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There IS a budget motel

The Chalet Motel is at 1801 London Road, a block off I-35 at Exit 258---thats up past Duluth on the lakeshore. The Chalet is an old highway motel, very casual, and popular with sportsmen who are...
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Skyline Parkway

If you're coming from the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) on I-35, you'll see signs for Skyline Parkway before you reach Duluth. This is the much more scenic way to arrive in Duluth from the West....
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Mom's birthplace

Well, I was born in the big city of Minneapolis, but my mom was born right here in Duluth and since she still lives in Minnesota, she comes up here often to revisit the places of her youth. It's a...
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Cafe for Champagne & Chocolate

This shop was an Incredibly romantic experience during our visit in Dec, 2004.There are tables & chairs in the front section of this Christmas shop.We ordered individual Belgian truffles (Neuhaus) and...
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Leif Erikson Park - Jay Cooke statue

Jay Cooke was the Gilded Age financier who was the main financial backer of Duluth in the late 19th century. He understood the geographic destiny of Duluth to become a key transportation center, and...
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Leif Erikson Park - Leif Erikson statue

Leif Erikson never made it quite as far as Duluth, but in 1926 a half-sized replica of his Viking ship left from this point and sailed all the way from here to Norway.On behalf of Scandinavians...
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Interesting downtown buildings

If you want to sell your plasma, downtown Duluth is the place to do it. (The white-clad building on the right is home to Plasma Services of Duluth. It's an easy way for a poor college student to...
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Duluth skyline

Dominated by the ridge that rises behind it, Duluth's skyline is not especially grand. After all, this is a town of about 90,000 people. But it's interesting, which isn't surprising when you remember...
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The coastline

I've mentioned on other pages that Lake Superior is like a vast inland ocean. Duluth sits on the far southwesternern corner of Lake Superior and is visited by large grain and ore ships. The city of...
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Visit the Big Lake--Gitche Gumee

The first place I would take someone upon visiting Duluth would be Canal Park and the Ariel Lift Bridge. We could sit down there and watch the big ocean and lakes freighters come and go under the...
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I would take someone to The...

I would take someone to The Depot. The Depot has a panting museum, a children museum, and the favorite part, the train museum, which is about trains, has old shops from 50 years ago and you can also...
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If you're visiting the city, I...

If you're visiting the city, I highly recommend going down to the Canal Park area (where most tourists hang out) or somewhere where tourists are welcome on the lakeside. It's an interesting experience...
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Swim or wade in, walk along...

Swim or wade in, walk along the shores of, gaze at, and generally commune with Lake Superior. Swimming in Lake Superior! As I said, this was the best thing I did all summer. Some how, after spending...
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701 S. Lake Ave., Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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408 Canal Park Drive, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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310 Canal Park Drive, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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2400 London Road, Duluth, Minnesota, 55812, United States
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325 Lake Avenue, (formerly Hawthorn Suites), Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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301 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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Aerial Lift Bridge

When visiting Duluth for the first time (or the second, or the third..), visiting the Ariel Lift Bridge and the Marine Museum is a must! The lift bridge was the third attempt to connect the city to a...
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