Museum/Program/Site States: Minnesota
Naval history is on display at this spacious museum complete with tours of a preserved WWII sub.
The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is an art museum in Winona, Minnesota, United States, specializing in marine art.
Exhibits of classic wooden & fiberglass boats plus landscaped gardens, open spring through fall.
Exhibits tracing local maritime heritage, including canoes, ship wrecks, Coast Guard boats & more.
Between 1985 and 1990, 165 Maritime Heritage Alliance volunteers gave 40,000 hours to build the schooner Madeline, a 56-ft. twin-masted replica of an 1840’s commercial vessel. When not on tour at Great Lakes ports, Madeline is berthed at Elmwood Township’s old Coal Dock (Discovery Pier) on West Bay Shore Drive, just south of the Elmwood Township Marina.
In the year 1000 A.D., this great Norwegian explorer discovered america. Today, this memorial stands in his honor in the Rose Garden at Leif Ericsson Park, Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Inside you will find replica of the ship he sailed to America in 977 A.D. and the story of its restoration
The Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center offers a wide variety of free educational programming for school and community groups.
The Lake Superior Marine Museum Association (LSMMA) is a non-profit group, based in Duluth, MN, which provides the maritime artifacts found in the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center.