• Lake Superior Zoo

    7210 Fremont St, Duluth, MN55807

    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.

  • Great Lakes Aquarium

    353 Harbor Dr, Duluth, MN55802

  • Interstate State Park - Activities

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

  • Horticulture Display Garden

    46352 State Highway 329, Morris, MN56267

    Nestled among the fields and meadows of western Minnesota, the Horticulture Display Garden offers an educational and inspirational experience for people of all ages, featuring a wide array of flowers, plants and vegetables in a beautiful landscape.

  • Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge

    35704 County Hwy 26, Rochert, MN56578
    800-657-3775 xvtty

    It's a GREAT place to watch wildlife! This nearly 43,000-acre haven provides homes for a variety of wildlife species. A visitor center is open all year.

  • Gale Woods Farm

    7210 CR 110 W, Mound, MN55364

  • The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota

    1920 Fitch Avenue , St Paul, MN55108-6108

  • Scenic State Park - Activities

    56956 Scenic Highway 7, Bigfork, MN56628
    (866) 857-2757

  • Mille Lacs Kathio State Park - Activities

    15066 Kathio State Park Road, Onamia, MN56359-2207

  • Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

    MNRRA Visitor Center, 120 Kellogg Blvd WSt Paul, MN55102

    Check out the Mississippi River's National Park, one of five national parks located in Minnesota. We highlight a 72-mile stretch of the Mississippi River and offer several self-guided and ranger led activities such as biking, hiking, fishing and canoeing.