A full casual menu and plenty of “spirits” to drink. Watch your favorite sporting events. The Pub opens weekdays at 4pm and 11:30am on weekends and holidays. A children’s menu is available.
At Lutsen Resort
Knotty pine walls, hardwood floors, and beautiful views of Lake Superior give your motel room or fully-equipped kitchenette suite the warm feel of a cabin on the lake. Hike from your room to the Superior Hiking Trail, Kadunce River Wayside Park, or along Lake Superior’s shore. Picnic and playground area. Free WiFi. All units are smoke-free.
Open Monday through Saturday, stop by to see what is on the events calendar. Free book exchange and Library Friends Books sale rack.
Open Monday through Friday in the summer with abbreviated Saturday hours in the winter.
Enjoy a scenic cruise to Isle Royale National Park!
Travel on the Voyageur II for our 2-day circumnavigation of the island, or join us for a day trip aboard the Sea Hunter III. All trips depart from Grand Portage, MN; reservations required.
Learn Aniishinaabe art, culture and history. Directions: from Highway 61 MM 143.3 turn right onto Mile Creek Rd, and at the first cross street, turn left and continue 0.7 miles on Mile Creek Rd.
Housed in the historic Chik-Wauk Lodge on beautiful Saganaga Lake, Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center presents the area’s cultural and natural history through interpretive and interactive exhibits. Learn about the Gunflint Trail’s prehistoric beginnings and people who helped shape today’s unique, rural community, including Native Americans, Voyageurs, miners, loggers, resort owners and current residents.
Art classes, workshops, studio access, events and a wonderful small shop.
Home of the North Shore Music Association and the Grand Marais Playhouse
Operates out of the Lighthouse Keeper’s House and runs the Johnson Heritage Post log gallery, old Chippewa Church, has a replica Fish house, an original 1935 commercial fishing tug, and is renovating the old Bill Bally Blacksmith shop.
Displays of fine art and craftwork by several local and regional artists can be enjoyed and purchased at the Cross River Heritage Center, which is housed in the 1929 Stickney Inn and has historical exhibits and information.
Open seasonally; a small collection of local artifacts and exhibits; acts as the Silver Bay Visitor Center, too. Hours Memorial Day to Labor Day :: 10am-4pm daily Labor Day to October 15 :: Friday- – Sunday, 10am-4pm