Join us this April and May for

Duluth Community Days

Thank you to those who live and work in Duluth. The 86,000 residents, 35,000 daily commuters, and almost 7 million annual visitors are at the root of what makes Duluth so unique and one of the best places to live and visit in the state.

This year, members of our tourism industry, in partnership with Visit Duluth and the City of Duluth, are trying something a little different. We’re launching a series of “Community Days,” where special offers are available to attend one of the many amazing attractions and experiences found only in Duluth.

The goal is to ensure everyone has the opportunity to benefit from the industry that our community invests in through tourism tax. Whether you live here, work here or both – we are proud to showcase some of the best Duluth has to offer. The Lake Superior Zoo, Great Lakes Aquarium, Spirit Mountain and numerous other organizations that call Duluth home, are excited to welcome you.

Please check out the list of Community Day offers below.

Thank you, and I’ll see you out there!

Emily Larson
Mayor, City of Duluth

Community Day Offers

Additional offers are being planned and will be added to this list as the details are finalized, so check back often to take advantage of these FREE events and activities.

Mark Your Calendars! The offers below are listed in date order

Duluth Transit Authority

Fridays in April, 2019

The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) will host live-music performances the entire month of April on Fridays from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the DTC located at 228 W Michigan St in downtown Duluth. The DTA encourages citizens from across the Twin Ports to come and listen to some great “Transit Tunes” while exploring the state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2016 and features amenities for everyone in the community.

Duluth Art Institute

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Come to Free Family Day at the Duluth Art Institute Lincoln Park Building Saturday for a variety of Earth Day and spring-themed crafts, including watercolor painting, rock painting, wool wet felting, card making, and upcycling. Bring home treasures to keep or share. All ages are welcome (11 a.m.-2 p.m., April 27).

Duluth Children's Museum

Friday, May 3, 2019

Enjoy free admission to the museum with special programming throughout the day, plus Free First Friday extended hours until 7pm.
*Please note that our exhibit hall will be closed during this time as we install our summer exhibit.

Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Join Hawk Ridge staff to celebrate the amazing spring bird migration and International Migratory Bird Day! Free outdoor public education programs (songbird banding, migration interpretation & kid’s activities) will be taking place at the West Skyline Hawk Count run by Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory. Schedule of activities, inclement weather information, and directions can be found at www.hawkridge.org.

Duluth Depot

Sunday, May 19, 2019

FREE Admission all day to all four floors of Depot museum exhibits. 9am – 7pm (*special extended evening hours)

Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroads

August 7 & 14 , 2019 @ 1:30pm

Experience the beauty of this historic journey along the St. Louis river while riding in the 100 year old coaches or the outdoor car.
History, Scenery, Wildlife
• Departure from Munger Landing, Clyde Ave, Smithville
• Parking in upper lot at Landing
• Tickets distributed upon arrival; seating limited to first 150 customers

Duluth Sister Cities International

2019 Dates TBA

Details coming soon.

Lake Superior Zoo

2019 Dates TBA

Details coming soon.

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