Duluth’s Wild Side
Due to the Governor’s Stay Safe MN orders, the Zoo will be closed to the public beginning Saturday, November 21 through Friday, December 18.
What to do at the Zoo.
Explore more than 140 species of animals in both indoor* & outdoor habitats.
See a tiger, talk with a parrot, and even hang with a two-toed sloth! Be sure to check out one of our keeper chats where you can learn about our animals and maybe even get to see a training session or special enrichment. Make the most of your zoo experience with a behind-the-scenes tour, such as lion feeding, lion painting, primate keeping, and so much more!
*The Griggs Learning Center and some attractions are currently unavailable due to COVID-19.
Support the Zoo
If you’re wild about the zoo, wild about animals, wild about conservation, wild about Duluth, or just wild at heart, we ask you to support Lake Superior Zoo today!
In a world where our planet’s wild places and creatures are threatened, the Lake Superior Zoo exists as a regional center of protection, conservation, education, and fun experiences to bring awareness to environmental issues and species decline both here in Duluth and around the world. But we can’t do it without the help of our generous supporters who help make an impact each and every day by donating, becoming members of the LSZ, or volunteering their time!