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A Duluth Passport won’t get a person in or out of any foreign country but it will get a passport holder into three popular Duluth attractions at a dramatic discount. The William A. Irvin, Great Lakes Aquarium and North Shore Scenic Railroad are cooperating by offering a reduced admission for all three venues with the online purchase of a “passport.” It’s like visiting three attractions for the price of just two.

Part of the charm is that the Duluth Passport looks like an official document and will be hand-stamped at each location for authenticity. Another feature of the Duluth Passport is that it unfolds into a map of the area with the location of each participating attraction.

Because all three of the cooperating entities are located within easy walking distance of each other, a person, or family, could park once and enjoy a short and easy outdoor stroll to their next destination.

With a Duluth Passport a guest/visitor can enjoy a Duluth Zephyr train ride on the North Shore Scenic Railroad. Then they can tour the Great Lakes Aquarium and William A. Irvin.


The Duluth Passport costs $45 for adults and $25 for ages 3-13. Children 2 and under are FREE. That’s like getting three tickets for the price of two and the deal is even better for children. The pass is only available online at The website is mobile-friendly.

-- DECC press release