Duluth is a great small town and a suburb of Atlanta in Georgia State. For two centuries it was a tiny village with mainly greenlands and forests, but in the early 1970s it started to grow rapidly. Duluth is visited a lot each year, mainly because of its proximity to Atlanta and being an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
There are plenty of things to do and see in Duluth, both indoors and outdoors all year round. There are museums, art galleries, and a range of shops for visitors looking to soak up the culture here, as well as the annual weekend-long Fall Festival held in the center which sees the town come alive in a flurry of oranges, reds, and yellows.
Duluth has a great selection of things to do, and it is a perfect place for a long weekend city getaway.
History and outdoor enthusiasts you enjoy Duluth to the fullest. Head to the McDaniel Farm Park, which is situated on both biking and hiking trails, for a day outside and with animals. Here is the best spot to enjoy time outside of the city, and is very family-friendly with playgrounds for children and dog parks for your furry friends. Most days even deer visit the park to enjoy the sunshine and the people. Plenty of other parks and lakeshores await visitors in Duluth too, from fishing to picnics, be sure to make the most of the gorgeous scenery.
Elsewhere, the Southeastern Railway Museum is another family option. Featuring over 90 displays, the museum has an impressive range of classic cars to modern ones -- kids can even climb up the trains. Even if you don't plan on becoming a train conductor, you'll still love this museum!
If you've had enough of the outdoors, head inside one of the great shopping malls where you can find a huge selection of stores and deals. Antique malls are particularly popular here, so take advantage and get a unique souvenir to take home. To relax after a long day exploring, visit one of the spas where you can enjoy an amazing massage or facial. Afterward, you won't need to worry about accommodation as Duluth boasts a variety of vacation rentals to choose from.
The best areas to stay in Duluth include the city center and the northern neighborhoods which are close to the parks. The city center is perfect for being close to everything from cafes to shops and supermarkets.
To get away from the city, Duluth offers a range of different vacation rentals near the parks -- perfect for families, couples and large group of friends. Choose from cute, small vacation rental apartments, large houses with many bedrooms and bathrooms, and condo rentals with forest views. Most vacation rentals come fully equipped and some are also pet-friendly.
The best time to visit Duluth is in September or October, as the summers can be hot and muggy with temperatures averaging 90 degrees.
Spring and fall months aren't as hot, with the average of 78 degrees, but spring does have a lot of rain. From December to March, the average temperature is 50 degrees and overcast.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Duluth. The hottest month in Duluth is May, when temperatures peak at 95 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 22 ˚F. The wettest month in Duluth is August with 7.44 inches of rain, while the driest month is February with 1.01 inches of rain.
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