Destination: Duluth, Minnesota
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Duluth cruises take you to a city that tends to fly under the radar as American cities go. But, what it lacks in fame, it more than makes up for in uniqueness. The city is an industrial mainstay on Lake Superior with its Duluth-Superior Harbor. Each day, the harbor sees tons of ships -- from pleasure sailings to cargo -- going in and out of its harbor. The harbor's Aerial Lift Bridge is its most notable feature. Instead of splitting at the middle like most drawbridges, the Aerial Lift Bridge lifts itself entirely, like an elevator.
Exploring Duluth, Minnesota
Not all harbor, Duluth is packed with history and great views as well. From the world's longest freshwater baymouth sand bar to the only all-freshwater aquarium in the US, Duluth has plenty to entertain with. While many Duluth tours only stop in the city for a day, it's sure to be an enjoyable experience.
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Best attractions on Duluth cruises
Built during the early 1900s, this hallmark of the Gilded age was built by the lawyer and industrialist Chester Adgate Congdon as his family home. Today, it's operated by the University of Minnesota Duluth as a 39-room historic museum, filled with artifacts. Whether you're exploring the estate's gardens or learning about history, this museum is sure to be enjoyable.
Great Lakes Aquarium
The Great Lakes Aquarium is a popular choice among Duluth cruise visitors. As the US's only all-freshwater aquarium, this destination hosts a large number of creatures from the Great Lakes themselves.
Split Rock Lighthouse
In the early 1900s, this well-known Minnesota lighthouse was constructed after strong winds wrecked over 20 ships. It was built by the US Lighthouse Service, but today is a history museum of Lake Superior's sailing history, popular with Duluth harbor cruises. This unique location provides phenomenal views of the lake, along with an in-person look at a piece of US history.