City of Duluth
|Incorporated||February 28, 1876|
|Address||3167 Main Street
Duluth, Georgia 30096
Located in Gwinnett County, Duluth was incorporated February 28, 1876. The community was originally named Howell’s Crossroad, by a grandson of Evan Howell, who came from North Carolina to settle here in 1821.
The Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth is a showcase for items historically significant to the nation’s railroads.
Duluth is home of Joan Glancy Hospital, the first hospital in Gwinnett.
Duluth hosts the Duluth Fall Festival in September as a benefit for Downtown Duluth. This arts and crafts festival includes a parade, a road race, games and continuous entertainment at the Pavilion in the city’s park. In addition to the Fall Festival, Duluth has concerts, movies, and a Winter Wonderland during the year in the Town Green.