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Enger Park, Duluth

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Enger Tower and Park was dedicated June 15, 1939 by Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway in memory of Bert Enger (1864-1931). The land where Enger Tower is built was left to the city by Mr. Enger. Enger, a native Norwegian was a successful businessman/furniture seller in Duluth.

Enger Park is one of Duluth's great tourist attractions. The park consists of Enger Tower, several garden areas, hiking trails, and the "Peace Bell" from Duluth's sister city in Japan.

Hiking trails leading through Enger Park are open for people to use throughout the year. Put Enger Park into our Duluth travel route site to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Duluth.
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  • After checking into our hotel with our group of fifteen, our friend from Duluth met us and offered to bring us to Enger Park and Tower to see the city and Lake Superior. This was a short drive... 
    After checking into our hotel with our group of fifteen, our friend from Duluth met us and offered to bring us to Enger Park and Tower to see the city and Lake Superior. This was a short drive...  more »
  • The walk up to the tour through the Japanese garden was nice. Some great views of the port. The garden has some information about the history of the park and is interesting. Worth a stop - but... 
    The walk up to the tour through the Japanese garden was nice. Some great views of the port. The garden has some information about the history of the park and is interesting. Worth a stop - but...  more »
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  • He can't get a better view of Duluth and Superior!
  • Love the landscaping. Crown jewel of Duluth skyline parkway. Very very busy place. A small vendor took up some much needed parking, but people seemed to enjoy it. This is not somewhere to visit for peace and quiet. Hiking is minimal..

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