Duluth’s Winter Village Has Moved This Year It Will Now Be On Harbor Drive Behind The DECC
The beautiful Duluth Winter Village started back in 2016 on the grounds of Glensheen Mansion, but this year will move to Harbor Drive behind the DECC. The event has gotten so big growing up to 20,000 visitors at the last event.
The winter village will be set up the first weekend of December (4th & 5th), where shoppers can stroll along and visit 29 festive wooden cabins on the closed Harbor Drive between the Great Lakes Aquarium and the William A. Irvin floating museum.
Everyone down at the Winter Village will be able to take in the breathtaking views of the Aerial Lift Bridge and harbor views as they view and shop in this festive and unique special holiday village with a new indoor space where warm refreshments will be served.
Mallory Moore, event coordinator for Duluth Winter Village said in a statement:
We are thrilled to once again bring this family-friendly outdoor event to our community in the winter season. The DECC location provides more space for better distancing and an easier parking experience. We feel this will strike a better balance between fun and safety.
This years Winter Village will continue to feature a variety of local businesses including some great food and drinks plus the every popular llamas and goats. This new location also will be an enhanced experience being near Canal Park and Bentleyville as part of the holiday experience. The event is free to attend and will be held Saturday and Sunday, December 4-5, 2021. This is a great event for people of all ages where you might find some beautiful unique gifts and also help support local businesses. For any updates follow Duluth Winter Village on Facebook.
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