Duluth – Things To Do With Your Team

Duluth, Minnesota is situated on the north shore of Lake Superior, and is known as one of the major port cities in the United States. As an active site for transporting coal, iron ore, and grain, Duluth has grown to become the largest metropolitan area on the lake, with an average population of 86,000.

Named after Daniel Greysolon Sieur du Lhut, the first known European to explore this area, Duluth’s attractions include the only all-freshwater aquarium in the country, along with a number of must-see tourist destinations any team is bound to love!


Great Lakes Aquarium

Duluth – Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsHome to thousands of species found in the Great Lakes region, like amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates and mammals, the Great Lakes Aquarium has an exhibit for everyone.

The exhibits there are as entertaining as they are educational. They include exhibits like the Otter Cove and Aquatic Invaders, where visitors learn how threatening invasive species are to aquatic ecosystems and find out what they can do to help prevent them from growing.

To help lower costs for large groups, the aquarium offers group tickets at a rate of 12 dollars for parents and 7 dollars for children, making this the perfect place to go for big teams353 Harbor Dr, Duluth, MN 55802


Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium

For all you stargazers and astronomy lovers out there, check out the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium. Located on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus, this planetarium offers videos, documentaries, and dark-sky shows in a 360-view dome theater.

To provide the optimal viewing experience, the theater is equipped with a star machine that can take you to any viewing point in the world, projecting nearly 1,500 stars. Ticket prices start as low as five dollars for adults, making this an extremely affordable fun night out for the team. 1023 University Dr, Duluth, MN 55812


Solve Entertainment

If some extra team building is needed, try to find the missing magician in Vanishing Act, an escape room at Solve Entertainment. In one hour, teams will have to follow clues and head into the darkness to find the masked magician before he is due to go on stage. What may seem like a simple task at first is sure to challenge the brightest minds and wits.

The 500-square-foot room fits four to six people at a time, but do not worry if your team is larger than that because they are introducing two new rooms by the fall of 2017. Do you have what it takes to defeat the mysteries and puzzles of the room and become a hero? 120 East Superior Street, 2nd Floor, Duluth, MN 55802


Adventure Zone

Duluth – Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsAt Adventure Zone you can release any excess energy surrounded by 50,000 square feet of fun, with laser tag, batting cages, mini golf, rock climbing, and the largest arcade around!

After your stomach starts grumbling, grab a bite to eat at the AZ Café, which offers all the yummy food kids love like pizza, hot dogs, slushies, and more.

As a camera-friendly establishment, parents are free to capture all the smiles and laughs along the way and are encouraged to join in the fun as well!

Open until 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and midnight Friday to Saturday, Adventure Zone makes it easy to accommodate the team after a late game. 329 S Lake Ave, Duluth, MN 55802


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Bob Dylan Way

Walk in the shoes of the legendary musician, Bob Dylan, who was born in Duluth in 1941. To support his artistry and lasting imprint on the community, Duluth has created a 1.8-mile cultural tour called Bob Dylan Way.

To help visitors know which direction to drive or walk in, the local community raised money to create and install 30 street signs. The signs lead people through the city’s vibrant art community and include stops at the Duluth National Guard and Armory where Dylan saw Buddy Holly perform.

Another stop fans will love is historic Highway 61, at the intersection of London Road and Superior Street, where Dylan is quoted as saying is the “throughfare of country blues.”  509-599 W Michigan St, Duluth, MN 55802


Day Tripper of Duluth

If you want to see Duluth from a scenic perspective, check out Day Tripper of Duluth. Regardless of the season, this company offers guided tours of the city, which range from two to four hours.

If you visit during the warmer months, check out the kayak, mountain biking, stand up paddle board, or bike riding tours. For the winter traveler, they offer tours on cross-country skis, fat tire bicycles, and snowshoes.

The tours can be customized to suit various skill levels and interests, making this an attraction everyone on the team can enjoy! Duluth, MN


Edgewater Hotel & Waterpark

With a water park and hotel all in one, Edgewater Hotel & Waterpark is the perfect destination for excitement and relaxation.

Located on the shore of Lake Superior, the water park is 35,000 square feet, offering inner tube rides down the four-and-a-half story Tiki Thriller slide, a vortex pool, and 400-foot lazy river. The water park also offers an interactive wet and wild playground area and an arcade.

If you work up an appetite, eat at Tiki Tom’s Oasis & Grill and enjoy some poolside dining.  2400 London Rd, Duluth, MN 55812


Lake Superior Zoo

Open year-round, Lake Superior Zoo is a great place to take the team to check out hundreds of native and exotic animals.

The zoo offers eight main exhibits including the Asian Caravan, home to the endangered snow leopard and Siberian Tiger, and the Nocturnal Building where visitors can see how the night-crawlers adapt to life in the darkness. The zoo also offers daily animal feedings for all kinds of animals like armadillos, prairie dogs, parrots, lizards, tigers, lions… and the list goes on.

Adults can purchase tickets for as little as $13 and tickets for children ages three to 12 are only $6.50. Kids under the age of three get in free! If you’re visiting with a group, check out their group prices for discounted admission. 7210 Fremont St, Duluth, MN 55807


Nestled on the largest fresh water lake in the world, Duluth has so much to offer its visitors. From its outdoor beauty seen in its thriving, lush forests, to the indoor excitement at attractions like Adventure Zone, this city has something every member of the team can enjoy. Regardless of the season, there’s always something fun to do in Duluth!