Explore & Discover Duluth
With bikeways and sidewalks connecting all areas of the city, culturally diverse and active Duluth, GA is a place where both businesses and families can thrive. In fact, BusinessWeek magazine ranked Duluth as a Best Affordable Suburb in Georgia! An old cotton city, Duluth’s motto is “Pride in Old and New” and this rings true throughout the city. Duluth is a great place to live, has a lot going on, and luckily, Duluth has a great website to keep up with everything Duluth.
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The Southeastern Railway Museum entertains train enthusiasts of all ages with its offerings of railroad memorabilia, rides in restored cabooses and close to 90 pieces of rolling stock including Pullman cars and steam locomotives. The museum is located on 35 acres in Duluth and has several events throughout the year, along with daily hours Thursday-Saturday..
Complete with indoor competition pool, outdoor zero-depth entry pool, two giant waterslides, river channel, bubble bench, vortex, spray bar and water play structures, this aquatic center offers fun for the whole family.
Gwinnett’s venue for concerts and events hosts performers like Carrie Underwood, Justin Timberlake, Eric Clapton, Beyoncé, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and musicals/events like Disney on Ice and NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships. The ECHL’s Atlanta Gladiators and NLL’s Georgia Swarm also call this Duluth arena home.
McDaniel Farm is a furnished farmhouse restored to depict a typical Gwinnett County farmhouse from the 1930’s. Complete with tenant house, carriage house, blacksmith shed and barn, McDaniel Farm provides educational tours appropriate for all ages. With three miles of walking trails, restrooms, grill area, playground and dog park area, this park is well equipped to provide a full day of entertainment.