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The flavor of Superior’s rich history can be discovered in its museums, parks and historic districts. The unique attractions tell the story of American Indian heritage, the prosperity of the early boomtown days, WWII and American history.
Venture into the rugged natural beauty. Walk upon ancient lava beds that date back more than one billion years. Play in the clear blue lakes, the tens of thousands of acres of forested land and pristine rivers, each with their own distinct personalities. Here you can experience unique attractions, rich history, colorful events and recreational opportunities.
Superior is also a popular meetings and conventions destination. Facilities include: Barker’s Island Inn & Conference Center, a 3000 square foot banquet center for up to 340 guests; Wessman Arena-22,000 square feet for 1200 guests; Rothwell Student Center’s 2 rooms for 450 each plus 4 auditoriums and an arena; Harrington Arts Center-700 person auditorium; Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds/Superior Curling Club-700 guests; St. Croix Inn-300 guests; WITC Superior-210 guests; Shack Smokehouse & Grill-150 guests; plus numerous facilities for smaller groups and a uniquely designed Retreat Center set on it’s own lake…Minnesuing Acres.
Lodging, restaurants, shopping and entertainment options are plentiful. Experienced staff provide support services to ensure your event is not only successful, but the best experience possible for your guests. Book your next meeting or convention by the greatest of the Great Lakes!
The famous Twin Ports, one of the busiest in the nation, is the leading bulk cargo port on the Great Lakes. Watch International Salties, Lakers, tugs, sailboats, powerboats and charter fishing boats sail through this world port. It remains one of the most popular leisure destinations on Lake Superior because of the incredible scenery.