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A neat little museum about fishing history on the North shore. Costs $3 for adults, $1 for children.
If you have kids, pick up the free "passport to history." Each historical spot along the North shore will put a stamp in the passport, and then...More
The N. Shore Commercial Fishing Museum in Tofte, MN, (just south of Grand Marais) is more interesting then one first would think. The Museum offers many pictures and info about the whole fishing industry back in the late 1980's and also the communities and boats...More
If you are interested in how the North Shore was settled by European immigrants with a focus being fishing, you will enjoy the diligent display and accompanying stories. The museum is run by people who have grown up in the area; mirroring the realness of...More
We were camping in the area, and our plans to hike got thwarted by the rain. We decided on a whim to stop here. I knew so little about the north shore's fishing and maritime history, and I learned a lot! There's a lot packed...More
This is not a big building, but they sure know how to make use of the inside with lots of history and details. Good photos and old fishing items. Plenty of free pamphlets to take with you to read later. We wish we had planned...More
We were staying at Bluefin Bay and stumbled across this museum while walking around the resort. My husband and I spent a little over an hour there and read almost everything there was to read there, looked at every picture and inspected every knick knack...More
Nice little place, well kept and attended. Lots of interesting photos and some real boats that have fished the big lake. It was a $3 donation to stop in and well worth it. I'm glad we did. We also took a lovely evening cruise out...More