• Oliver H. Kelley Farm

    15788 Kelley Farm Rd, Elk River, MN55330-6234

    A living-history farm that was home to a rural American leader.

  • Lake Superior Zoo

    7210 Fremont St, Duluth, MN55807
    (218) 730-4500

    Visit Duluth's Wild Side! Over 400 animals and 200 different species await you. Meet Kaya and Kermit, baby Angolan colobus monkeys born during the summer of 2013. Wave at Trouble, our most famous resident (Have you read the book "A Bear Named Trouble"?). Get up-close and personal with Darla, Lynnard, Harry and our other barnyard friends. See numerous endangered and threatened animals such as snow leopard, Amur tiger, swamp monkey and more. Be sure to check out our daily animal enrichment schedule, designed to excite both animals and visitors alike. Open 7 days a week, all year long.

  • Minnesota State Capitol

    75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Room B-59St Paul, MN55155

    A spectacular building by a famous American architect.

  • National Trout Center

    120 St. Anthony Street S., Preston, MN55965

    The National Trout Center (NTC) in Preston, MN, provides exhibits, research, & experiential programs focused on trout biology & behavior, trout habitat, cold water streams, angling, & fishery management. Programs are open to all ages & abilities.

  • Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park - Activities

    21071 County 118, Preston, MN55965

  • McCarthy Beach State Park - Activities

    7622 McCarthy Beach Rd, Side Lake, MN55781

  • Interstate State Park - Activities

    307 Milltown Road, Box 254Taylors Falls, MN55084
    (866) 857-2757

  • Itasca State Park - Activities

    36750 Main Park Drive, Park Rapids, MN56470
    (866) 857-2757

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

    6282 Cranberry Rd, Finland, MN55603
    800-523-2733 xMN,WI,

  • Minnesota Veterinary Historical Museum

    1365 Gortner Ave., St. Paul, MN55108
    (320) 235-5838

    A small museum relating to the history of veterinary medicine in Minnesota from pioneer times to the present.