Visit Duluth:


COVID-19 Updates

Visit Duluth staff are available to assist you in every way possible while we work remotely the next few weeks. Email is the best way to reach us: 

  Staff Directory

As the City of Duluth and State of Minnesota continue to revise recommendations for minimizing COVID-19, events and attractions are impacted by cancellations and disruption of operations.

Latest Updates  -  Governor Walz Newsroom

Industry Guidance on Safely Returning to Work

More information on 5/20/2020 update on safely returning to work and details of opening allowed on June 1 can be found here:

Guidance on Campgrounds:

Guidance on Charter and Launch Boats:

Guidance on Restaurants and Bars:

Additional information is available on the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development website.



Please check ahead with individual organizations for cancellations and disruption of operations:

Event Calendar Attractions

Attractions that are currently open: Lake Superior Art Glass, Miller Hill Mall and Day Tripper of Duluth

Duluth Dining + Drinks
Many Duluth establishments are offering drive-through, carry out or curbside pick up options.
Use the links below to find details and listings for local businesses.
Duluth ChamberDowntown Duluth

Duluth Lodging
Hotels are working with guests to accommodate changes to reservations.
Please check with individual properties for more information.


Minnesota Department of Health • visit website
Hotline Numbers:
General 651-201-3920
Provider Hotline 651-201-5414

Minnesota COVID 19 Information  visit website

Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program  • visit website

Explore Minnesota COVID-19 Information • visit website

SBA programs related to COVID-19:


Duluth Entertainment Convention Center • visit website

Duluth Chamber • visit website

Duluth International Airport visit website

Duluth Transit • view service alerts

Landline has made changes to operations based on the guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the well-being of everyone. • view details

City of Duluth • visit website

Duluth Police
A message from  Police Chief Mike Tusken addressing community safety during the COVID-19 shutdown. • watch the video