Located at the foot of the Aerial Lift Bridge in historic Canal Park in Duluth, Minnesota, is the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association and the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center.
Exhibits at the museum show the history and operations of the upper Great Lakes. The Great Lakes have been imperative to commercial shipping, especially between Canada and other parts of the USA. As a result a number of ships from history are depicted in the exhibits to show how the maritime evolution occurred to the ships one can see in the harbor today.
Visitors are able to see a replica of the cabins and pilothouse. These historical replicas are based on ships that used to travel Lake Superior.
As always, thank you for taking the time to look and for your comments! -Dina 🙂