Enger Park Tower and Gardens16th Ave W & Skyline Dr
Duluth, MN 55811
Enger Park rests above Duluth’s West End on a site once called Grand Mountain. The park and adjacent golf course were developed on land purchased with money donated by West End furniture dealer Bert Enger in 1921. His 1931 will included more money for the park’s development, and in 1939 Enger Tower was built in the park in his honor. Today the park includes the American-Japanese Peace Bell, a gift from Duluth’s sister city of Ohara-Isumi, and serves as a popular location for weddings.
Hours & Dates
Seasonal Hours (May 1 - October 30)
- Monday: 10:00pm
- Tuesday: 10:00pm
- Wednesday: 10:00pm
- Thursday: 10:00pm
- Friday: 10:00pm
- Saturday: 10:00pm
- Sunday: 10:00pm
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 892 reviews
It is worth the shorth drive if you are in the area. The view from the pavilion or the tower is amazing. The tower itself is cool also.
— Jerry B, October 10, 2021
You get a unique view of the Lake Superior from the top of the Tower. The park is a nice, shady walk.
— jimsA6389OD, September 12, 2021
We had never been in all the times to Duluth it was a fantasic! The grounds were beautiful and Tower worth the climb fantasc views! The restrooms clean and they had a food truck when we went.
— ISLANDGIRL3013, August 28, 2021
Great tower and views from it! Worth the climb and wasn't all that bad to climb actually. Take your camera and soak up the beauty!
— squirellybird, August 11, 2021
When I went up there I saw the view of Duluth and Lake Superior and the shoreline and even into Wisconsin.
— Kevin A, July 29, 2021