One of the most popular tourist goals in Lycksele is Lycksele Djurpark, the most north located zoo in Sweden.
The zoo have specialized on Nordic animals like Wolf, Elk, Bear, Reindeer, Fox, Wolverine, Lynx, Otter, Seal, Beaver and the very rare Musk Ox.
The zoo is mainly open from mid May to the end of August. It can also be open during some other periods like Christmas, so check their website for updated information.
Each winter an tall ice column is made in Lycksele. It's made by water pumped up from the river.
The height record from 1999 is 49.54 metre.
During the winter you can see a 'live' photo from the ice column here (updated every 30 minute):
From the old water tower on the hill called Glasberget (Glass mountain) you will find the best view over Lycksele.
The Margareta Kyrka at Gammplatsen in Lycksele is a replica of the first church in Lycksele from 1736.
The old water tower in Lycksele is sometimes open for public. In the summer they use to have a café up there, where you can sit and drink a cup of coffee and watch the great view over the town.
Near the town centre of Lycksele you can find the park called Djupskålavan. A good place for sitting down resting for a while and enjoying the nature.