Visit Duluth

The Northern Prints Gallery welcomes visitors year round. If you are considering a visit, we are sure you'll find Duluth a rewarding destination. Duluth is the largest metro area in Minnesota outside of the Twin Cities and is served by an international airport. It contains many majestic old homes in a setting of great natural beauty. It boasts four institutions of higher learning, and has a thriving local arts scene in the visual arts, music, dance, and theatre. Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Superior, beside Duluth's bustling international harbor, it is just minutes away from the scenic North Shore. You will find it a memorable destination at any time of the year.

Visit Duluth, the web site of the Duluth Convention and Tourism Bureau, is a excellent resource about the city's extensive tourist attractions and activities.

For a taste of the splendors of Old Duluth, consider staying in one of Duluth's fine bed and breakfast inns, set in a some of the grand old homes of Duluth. Our particular favorite is the Firelight Inn, which features original prints by Cecilia Lieder in its luxurious guest rooms. The gracious hospitality of innkeepers, Jim and Joy Fisher, is one of Duluth's distinctive pleasures.

Duluth is also home to the Tweed Museum of Art, associated with the University of Minnesota Duluth, which has a constant hub of activities, free and open to the public.