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Duluth, MN

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Duluth is the fourth largest city in the state of Minnesota, in Saint Louis County. The city is on the massive Lake Superior and is considered part of the Twin Ports metropolitan area, along with Superior, Wisconsin. With its beautiful landscape, tons of outdoor activities, arts and culture, and a family-friendly atmosphere, Duluth is a great place to raise a family.

Getting Around in Duluth, MN

A car is the most convenient way to get around Duluth. Hwy 35 runs along the edge of Superior Bay and will help you get in and around the city with ease.

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"Minimal Transit"
The average commuter time in Duluth is:
10 to 14 minutes
Explore info about this city
  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 3.81%
  • 5.27%
  • 0.54%

Duluth Dance and Theater

<p>Want to catch some ballet? The Minnesota Ballet is in Duluth. Theater-lovers can get their fix at one of the theaters in Duluth. The Duluth Playhouse, which has been doing its thing since 1914. They have locals and professionals perform and also boast a Children's Theatre Arts program at their satellite theatre, The Play Ground. The Renegade Theater Company also has a children's theatre through their Tugboat Children's Theatre. They also do sketch comedy and improv, so the Renegade is a great place to go whenever you need a few laughs. The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra has been busting melodious tunes to the masses since the early 1930s. For a more intimate evening of music, music-lovers can check out the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra as well</p>

Want to spend some time in the Great Outdoors?

<p>No prob. In addition to the oodles of activities offered on Lake Superior, Duluth has over 11,000 acres of open space and parks for you to get your outdoor fix any day of the year. Hartley Nature Center is a gorgeous place to take a hike, ride your bike, go fishing, or ski and snowshoe in the winter. You can also check out their educational exhibits, or join one of Hartley's special programs or tours. (Bird watchers alert: Hartley is a great place for watching those feathered friends.) If your idea of time well spent involves swinging clubs at tiny white balls, head to one of the many golf courses in the area. There are several city courses where you can also take lessons or sign Junior up for a program.</p>