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Maritime Visitor Center Does Some Spring Cleaning

Maritime officials tell us more than 500,000 visitors check out the museum every year.

DULUTH, Minn. – Spring cleaning is underway at the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center ahead of tourism season. Today about 20 volunteers spent the afternoon wiping down artifacts and polishing up the museum. Maritime officials tell us more than 500,000 visitors check out the museum every year. They’re thankful for the help from volunteers. “It’s just nice that people choose…

Coffee Conversation: Brews with the Beach Club

Glensheen Mansion in Duluth Invites Everyone to Check Out Thier New Lake Superior Beach Club on the Shore of Lake Superior

DULUTH, Minn. – Adventurous Northlanders and visitors to the area now have the chance to check out the newly opened Lake Superior Beach Club at the historic Glensheen Mansion. Marketing Manager Jane Pederson told FOX 21’s Brett Scott on Monday, the idea came after Executive Director Dan Hartman recently traveled to a conference, and was able to enjoy a brew on the grounds…

Glensheen Mansion, Now Open Late

Starting July 1, Glensheen Mansion will be open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Every Day

DULUTH, Minn. – A night at the museum will soon be a reality at Glensheen Mansion in Duluth. Marketing Manager Jane Pederson announced Wednesday, starting July 1, Glensheen will be open extended hours until 9:00 p.m. every day throughout July and August. Pederson says it’s a way to help get more visitors through the historic estate, and also provide visitors…

Haunted Ship Prepares for Opening Day

The William A. Irvin will Open for Spooktacular Tours Starting Thursday, October 5

DULUTH, Minn. – Ghosts and goblins will be unleashed starting Thursday evening aboard the William A. Irvin in Duluth’s Canal Park. The annual Haunted Ship starts at 6:30 p.m. Organizers say they start crafting new decorations and props in May after planning begins in November. This year Northlanders will be spooked and filled with terror as they make their way…

Hundreds Flock to Hawk Ridge for Annual Fall Migration

Organizers Expect the Great Fall Migration to Happen this Saturday, September 16 at Hawk Ridge Observatory in Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. – Happening Saturday, September 16, hundreds will gather at Hawk Ridge Observatory in Duluth to see the fall migration of birds. Visitors from as far away as Sweden are known to come for the annual event. Different species will be making their way south as cooler temperatures push into the Northland. Organizers say the weekend of events is…

Celebrating All Pints North with Pier B Resort

Pier B Resort will be Hosting an After Party for All to Enjoy

DULUTH, Minn. – Happening Saturday, July 29, Pier B Resort in Duluth will be hosting the first ever All Pints North After Party. Beth Wilson, Marketing Director for Leisure Resorts says the idea came about after the resort found out that the All Pints North Brew Fest happened to fall on a date they were planning to have a “Celebrate Summer…

Animal Answers: Inside the Butterfly House

Visitors to the Lake Superior Zoo will Now be Able to Experience Native Butterflies Up-Close for the Rest of the Summer

DULUTH, Minn. – Starting today, visitors at the Lake Superior Zoo will have the chance to make way through an enclosed exhibit with hundreds of butterflies fluttering around. “Beautiful Butterflies: An Up-Close Experience,” is the Zoo’s newest exhibit, featuring hundreds of butterflies native to the Midwest. “This is a beautiful and fun exhibit, and we’re pleased to bring it to…

48th Annual Park Point Art Fair to Attract Thousands

The Art Fair Kicks off Saturday, June 24 and Wraps Up on Sunday, June 25

DULUTH, Minn. – Duluth’s Park Point residents are inviting the community to take part in the 48th Annual Park Point Art Fair June 24-25. The fair starts at 10:00 a.m. and runs until 5:00 p.m. both days. Admission and parking is free at the nonprofit-coordinated event, which supports local ecological and civic initiatives. Over 110 premier artists will come together…

Lake Superior Zoo: Five Years After the Flood

Zoo Officials Hope to Downsize, Restructure Space and Offer New Exhibits

DULUTH, Minn. – Five years have passed since major flooding washed away years of hard work and dedication at the Lake Superior Zoo. Millions of dollars are still being spent to repair and rebuild what was lost during those overnight hours. “My first response is we had a problem, we had to get things done, my staff is amazing,” said…