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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.
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  • Once we finally found this (due to construction) it was worth the drive. The 5 story climb was easy and the view was breathtaking. Afterwards, we took a walk through the gardens and rang the Peace.....  more
    Once we finally found this (due to construction) it was worth the drive. The 5 story climb was easy and the view was breathtaking. Afterwards, we took a walk through the gardens and rang the Peace.....  more »
  • Been a long time (decades) since I have been to this park. They really cleaned it up and made it nice Tower provides fantastic views and there is a nice picnic area and a place for weddings as well... 
    Been a long time (decades) since I have been to this park. They really cleaned it up and made it nice Tower provides fantastic views and there is a nice picnic area and a place for weddings as well...  more »
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  • Seems very much like a beloved, iconic spot, as there were a lot of people on a Monday afternoon. This tower provides a great view of the bays, as does the observation area across the park, which is designed as a Japanese peace garden. It was amazing to get up so high to see fall colors from above. Really cool sight. Also some trails in the area, but I didn’t have time to hike them. Overall I highly recommend this spot
  • Any time I am in this area this is a must stop!! It is such a relaxing place to wander around and take in all the views. If you are like me and carry a camera around with you, or if you just shoot photos with your phone you will find no shortage of subject matter to photograph. The tower offers up some spectacular views of the surrounding area, and the garden is beautiful. You can also walk the short trail to the top of the hill and get an amazing view of Lake Superior.

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