TV HQ proudly serves the City Of Duluth GA. Located next to Lawrenceville, this one of the most beautiful cities within the metropolitan area.
Duluth GA one of the most affluent suburbs of Atlanta, has emerged as a hub of sports, hotel and corporate opportunities. Seasonal concerts, festivals, outdoor movies and various holiday events add vivacity to this place. You can visit the local art galleries, explore its historic past through museums, shop for antiques or enjoy live music, the options here are plenty.
Duluth developed quickly during 1970s and 1980s together with other parts of Gwinnett County. George Busbee the governor of Georgia became an occupant of Duluth in 1983 in the wake of leaving his office, relocating to the Sweet Bottom Plantation subdivision which was developed by Scott Hudgens. A noteworthy development of the Duluth city was undertaken in the mid 21st century.
The most significant historic place in Duluth is the Lander-Cain House. Birthplace of Eli Linson Sanders who was from Gwinnett and a Confederate soldier, this historical home is situated behind another famous place of Duluth, Sweetwater cemetery.
For spending exciting and fun filled time, Atlanta Ice Forum is an ideal place. This famous ice skating rink is perfect to practice your skills and also catch a glimpse of NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers, who practice here occasionally.
Another must visit place, especially for history enthusiasts, is the Strickland House, the original dwelling place of Duluth’s foremost female mayor. Spread over wooden land of 3 acres, this place has also served as the first hospital of Duluth in the past. Now converted into a museum, it holds an amazing collection of pictures, exhibits and artifacts.
Visitors, especially children, love to visit Pirate’s Cove in Duluth, for fun and excitement. The whole area decorated with pirate theme, complete with a pirate ship and cascading waterfalls, offers an amazing setting to display your golf skills. Apart from these attractions, it is also famous as a place to hold memorable birthday parties, family gatherings and get-together in its manicured landscape.
In order to know more about the history, famous spots and other attractions of this place, then taking a Lamplighter Tour is the most ideal option. Being conducted since the past 25 years by experienced and amiable guides, it has become an integral part of the tourist scene of Duluth. These tours are also operated specially for schools, seniors, families, church and corporate groups.
Art lovers can add an exciting experience to their trip, by visiting the famous Hudgens Center for Arts. Comprising of two attractions, Children’s Arts Museum and Fine arts Center, this place also has gift shops, classrooms, a gallery, exhibit space, and outdoor garden of sculptures that spread in an area of 28,000 sq feet. The famous Children’s Museum, being among very few museums which are devoted entirely to children, attracts a lot of visitors around the year.
Whether you are a lone visitor who wishes to explore the history and heritage of Duluth or looking for ways to spend memorable time with your family and friends, Duluth will never disappoint you.