Explore interesting sights in Duluth, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Duluth, United States.Sightseeing Tours in Duluth
1. Bridge No. 5757
Bridge 5757 or the Fond du Lac Culvert is a historic bridge in the Fond du Lac neighborhood of Duluth, Minnesota, United States. It was built in 1937 to carry Minnesota State Highway 23 over Mission Creek. It is a double-span culvert built using a modular, corrugated iron product called "multi-plate", with granite headwalls. The creek flows through two 20-foot (6 m) metal culverts that are 115 feet (35 m) wide. The bridge was part of a 0.75-mile (1.2 km) section of Highway 23 built as a wide, shaded, parkway-like divided highway known as Veterans' Evergreen Memorial Highway.
2. Minnesota Point Light
The Minnesota Point Light was a historic lighthouse on Minnesota Point in Duluth, Minnesota, United States, on the shores of Lake Superior. Built in 1858, it was the first lighthouse in the state, but is now a truncated ruined tower. The ruin was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 for its state-level significance in the theme of transportation. It was nominated for being the first high-powered lighthouse on Lake Superior, and the zero-point for all original surveys of the lake.
3. Starkey House
The Starkey House, also known as the Alworth House, is a residential house in Duluth, Minnesota, United States overlooking Lake Superior. The house was designed by modernist architect Marcel Breuer in 1954 and 1955 for June Halverson Starkey. The building's design references Breuer's hallmark bi-nuclear plan, in which sleeping and living spaces are linked through the home's entrance.
4. SS William A. Irvin
SS William A. Irvin is a lake freighter, named for William A. Irvin, that sailed as a bulk freighter on the Great Lakes as part US Steel's lake fleet. She was flagship of the company fleet from her launch in the depths of the Great Depression in 1938 until 1975 and then was a general workhorse of the fleet until her retirement in 1978.
5. Duluth South Breakwater Outer Light
The Duluth South Breakwater Outer Light is a lighthouse on the south breakwater of the Duluth Ship Canal in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. It forms a range with the Duluth South Breakwater Inner Light to guide ships into the canal from Lake Superior.
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