Duluth is fast becoming the summer tourist city in Minnesota. With moderate June to September temperatures and plenty to do and see, there’s no better time to pack up the family and head north for the weekend. But how do you do it all and stay on budget? The Must See Duluth pass is your answer.
This discounted package includes access to Duluth’s three top attractions for less than the price of two: Great Lakes Aquarium, the North Shore Scenic Railroad and Vista Fleet. Valid throughout the entire 2017 season (May to October), the pass allows visitors to park once and enjoy all three in the span of a day…or spread out your visits over the course of a week or even multiple visits. You can purchase tickets online at www.mustseeduluth.com or at each of the participating attractions. And the discounts are significant. 2017 Must See Duluth prices are just $36 per adult and $16 per child.
Here’s a bit of what you’ll experience with the Must See Duluth pass.
Energized aquatic life fills exhibits and tanks at one of only freshwater-focused aquariums in the U.S., Great Lakes Aquarium.
See animal ambassadors from the Great Lakes basin including playful, engaging river otters and giant lake sturgeon as well as a variety of colorful coral reef fish and a resident zebra shark in Shipwrecks Alive!
New in 2016, Unsalted Seas explores large lakes of the world and features the largest sturgeon touch tank in North America.
The Vista Fleet navigates the Lake Superior harbor accompanied by tour guides speaking to Duluth’s history and the ecological environment of North America’s largest great lake. Learn about famous local landmarks as well as the nature below the surface while enjoying breathtaking views on this 105 minute cruise.
Weaving through woodlands, past the Lester River and many historic cornerstone buildings in Duluth, and along the Lake Superior shoreline, the 90 minute journey on the Duluth Zephyr is a ride for all ages.
There are several blackout dates to consider when planning your trip. The Must See Duluth pass is not valid at the Vista Fleet during July 4th and Labor Day weekends. Train restrictions are August 4-6 and 11-13. There are no restrictive dates at the Aquarium.