- TripBuzz found 24 things to do indoors in the Duluth area. From Fitger's Brewhouse Brewery & Grille to Great Lakes Aquarium, Duluth offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 12 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 16 different types of things to do inside in or near Duluth, Minnesota. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Scenic Railroads, Aquariums and Family Fun Center.
- There are 13 indoor activities in Duluth, and 11 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Superior.
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506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, MN 55802 MoreLess Info
There are two museums along the North Shore Scenic Railroad to educate guests as they board and then depart the train. The scenery of the landscape acts as a leisurely background for a tour of the area with the destination town of Two Harbors offering interesting shops and eateries.
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Grand Avenue (Highway 23), Duluth, MN 55816 MoreLess Info
The Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad is a historic tourist train located in West Duluth. The train route originated in 1870 with the current attraction established in 1990 with the help of a group of local volunteers.
The Duluth Childrenâ€™s Museum offers a variety of fun and educational activities with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The museum features exhibits on archaeology, space exploration, and other subjects.
Hosting youth community events, Virginia L Deetz Community Center offers a facility complete with a kitchen, meeting rooms, and gymnasiums. Most events at this center are hosted by the Boys and Girls Club of Superior.
Featuring over 1000 accordions, A World of Accordions Museum also displays button boxes, concertinas, figurines and other music-related artifacts. It also features a music-themed gift shop and a concert hall that hosts musical performances.
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305 Harbor View Dr, Superior, WI 54880 MoreLess Info
At the Richard I. Bong World War II Heritage Center, visitors can view a P-38L model airplane like those used in WWII-Europe, the Mediterranean, China-Burma, the Aleutians and the Southwest Pacific. Visitors can also hear oral histories from war veterans, see military vehicles, and see images.
Visitors can tour the land-berthed whaleback freighter designed and built by Captain Alexander McDougall, the last remaining one, and known as S.S. Meteor. This ship is also the longest sailing of McDougall's Whalebacks and was used to carry iron ore, grain, sand and gravel, cars, and oil.
On a tour of the 1891 42 room Queen Anne Fairlawn Mansion, visitors can see a grand entrance hall, open staircase, marble and tile fireplaces, leaded and stained glass windows, a 1891 master bedroom suite. Visitors can learn about when the home served as a home for less fortunate children.
Consisting of three individual museums, Superior Public Museums offers visitors an inside look into the region's past with various cultural artifacts and exhibits. Visitors can tour a Victorian mansion, Whaleback ship, and old police station at these museums.