3 Minnesota attractions have partnered up to offer a new deal that will save you some money for visiting all of them.

The new passport is a collab between these popular tourists destinations that will basically get you access to 3 top tier attractions for the price of visiting two, it's a great deal for a family looking to save some money on a day or two of fun.

The Duluth Passport was just announced yesterday, just in time for the summer tourist season, and it seems like a great deal to visit 3 of Duluth's top attractions, The Great Lakes Aquarium, North Shore Scenic Railroad, and William A. Irvin.

What Attractions Does The Passport Give Access To?

Only available for purchase online at DuluthPassport.com, the new 3 attraction ticket comes designed as a passport book, that gets stamped by one of three unique stamps when you visit one of the attractions.

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Duluth Passport
Duluth Passport

How Much is The Duluth Passport?

The cost for the Duluth Passport is $45 for adults and $25 for kids aged 3-13, and they can be used all season, no need to use it all in one day or weekend, the Duluth Passport can be used between May 1st and September 15th. Once purchased online, the actual passport can be picked up at any of the locations when you're ready to visit, just show your receipt email.

What Can The Duluth Passport be Used For?

The passport will gain you access to tour The Great Lakes Aquarium, take a ride on a train with the North Shore Scenic Railroad (reservations are encouraged), and take a self-guided tour of the William A. Irvin.

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