Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Duluth
Downtown Duluth is the city's business and economic hub and home to numerous cultural and public attractions. Running between 4th Avenue East and Mesaba Avenue, the area is easily reachable from Interstate Highway 35. Visit the courthouse, Duluth’s foremost museum and numerous local restaurants and bars with live music arrangements.
With its prime focus on tourism and recreational activities, the neighborhood of Canal Park has something for everyone. Inquisitive types can visit a lighthouse pier, the Great Lakes Aquarium, and the William A. Irvin floating ship museum while the 4.2 mile long lakewalk is liked by both locals and visitors alike.
One of the most scenic neighborhoods in Duluth, Minnesota Point lies on the confluence of Lake Superior from Superior Bay. Also called the Park Point, the neighborhood offers unique red and white pine forest. Inside the forest you will find the Minnesota Point Pine Forest Scientific and Natural Area.