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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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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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Park Point Marina Inn

Park Point Marina Inn is a very comfortable, clean place to stay. They have a good breakfast included and a free shuttle to and from Canal Park that runs every hour on the hour. But on a nice day...
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Glensheen Historic Estate

This mansion belonged to the Congdon family, the head of which was the richest man in Minnesota for many years. I have not included any pictures of the inside because you're not allowed to take...
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The Lakewalk

One of Duluth's greatest pleasures is simply strolling along the Lakewalk. This is an excellent way to see the city and Lake Superior. Learn about the city, and observe passing ore carriers,...
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Great Lakes Floating Museum

The SS William A Irvin is a fine example of an ore carrier. She was once the flagship of US Steel's Great Lakes fleet. These are the world's largest fresh-water ships. About the size of ocean-going...
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Glensheen

Chester A. Congdon was a successful lawyer in Duluth during the 19th century. He was a very astute investor as well. He foresaw the development of new mining technology, and bought large tracts of...
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Lake Superior Marine Museum

Operated by the Army Corps of Engineers, the Marine Museum offers an overview of the history of Great Lakes shipping in this region. There are a number of interesting exhibits, including a simulation...
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Downtown Lakewalk

A wonderful 2.5 mile Lakewalk traces the shore of Lake Superior, fronting the Duluth downtown area. Along the way one can take in the beauty of the lake and the fascinating lure of a working port with...
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The Waterfront Sculpture Walk

More than beautiful lake views and touristy shops, Duluth's waterfront also offers an expression of art. Along the waterfront you will find an outdoor gallery of international sculptures. The series...
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Tour Glensheen Mansion!

Glensheen Mansion sits on 7 acres of Lake Superior Shoreline and includes beautifully manicured grounds, carriage house with a carriage collection, gandner's cottage (he lived there until his death in...
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Downtown Duluth

Downtown Duluth is a little rough around the edges... and rough in the middle. We stayed at the Best Western on 2nd Street, and we weren't even sure if we wanted to spend the night here, let alone go...
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Duluth Lighthouses

Two pier head lighthouses are located in Duluth. These guide ships into the Duluth Canal. The north pier light (accessible from Canal Park) was built in 1910 and is a traditional round tower. It's...
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Duluth's Canal Park Area

Canal Park is where all of the investment and tourism in Duluth goes. Here you have numerous hotels, restaurants, bars and other tourist attractions like the canal and drawbridge. We had dinner at the...
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The Depot

Officially called the St Louis County Heritage and Arts Center, this museum is commonly known as the Depot. It has a lot of local artwork, reflecting Minnesota's Scandanavian heritage and culture. It...
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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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325 Lake Avenue, (formerly Hawthorn Suites), Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, United States
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