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The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center is a four-season facility, capturing the unique qualities of this multi-state region. An intriguing objects theater, engaging exhibits and special programs are designed to tell the stories of the region's...more
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This is a great find; it’s much more than an information centre. Welcoming staff. Plenty of displays. Large viewing area upstairs. The visitor centre is definitely worth a stop while travelling in the area
This environmentally responsible visitor center provided a breadth of knowledge about the area. What has occurred in the past to create the current surroundings and how things might develop in the future. The center is gorgeous and the staff were super friendly. I did the...More
This is a free museum but don't be misled....You will want to make a donation after you spend time here. Leave plenty of time to be educated on so many phases of Great Lakes history, flora & fauna, shipwrecks, etc. The displays are so well...More
You need to give yourself close to 2 hours to adequately see the displays here. Well done Historical description and present state of the Majestic Lake Superior and surrounding area. So glad we stopped!
We enjoyed touring thru the displays of information. I especially enjoyed the quilts on 2nd floor. The top floor view was something else! Take the stairs for Cardio, or there is an elevator.
A small gift shop is on site, the bathroom was clean. The...More
That slogan on a sweatshirt made me plan a visit to this place, but my visit ended up being several hours long because of the exhibits and art inside. The gift shop also had some local crafts to love. A lotion stick and a bar...More
I'm not sure how we never noticed this beautiful facility before, but we are glad we stopped in for a visit on our recent trip. The rangers were very helpful with information about the area and even about Minnesota State Parks along the North Shore...More