The region’s wildest place to explore and be inspired. Meet two rescued brown bears, talk with a parrot, and even hang with a two-toed sloth. See and learn about over 140 species of animals in indoor & outdoor habitats. Try our eight behind-the-scenes experiences. The Lake Superior Zoo is a place to have close-up experiences with animals to create connections with wildlife and action toward conservation here and around the world. We are located on more than 19 picturesque acres, including rocky hillsides, majestic pines and beautiful Kingsbury Creek. One of only a few Duluth attractions open year-round. Plan your visit to unleash your wild side.
The Lake Superior Zoo is a member of Museums for All and works to limit financial barriers to visiting the zoo. Through this program, guests can visit for $3/person, up to four people, with the presentation of a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card. The zoo has also worked with the Duluth Public Library system to make 15 passes available for check out from the library, each granting admission to the zoo for four people. The Blue Star program also provides free admission to active military members and their families.