In The Area
This hidden gem is located just .4 miles away from Fortune Bay Resort Casino!
Soudan Underground Mines
Slip on a hard hat and travel a half mile underground for a tour of one of Minnesota's first iron ore mine at the Soudan Underground Mine State Park. Only have an hour to visit? Take a self-guided audio surface tour of the mining operations.
North American Bear Center
The North American Bear Center is the only black bear and wildlife educational facility of its kind. Dedicated to replacing old myths with facts, it lets people learn from the bears themselves about bear behavior, ecology, and their relations with humans.
US Hockey Hall of Fame Museum
The United States Hockey Hall of Fame was dedicated in 1973 as the "National Shrine of American Hockey", to be America's hockey showplace to honor the legends of the game and to preserve the precious memories of ice hockey in the United States.
International Wolf Center
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future. Meet the wolves and learn more about these animals in short programs offered daily.
Dorothy Molter Museum
The Dorothy Molter Museum preserves and interprets Northwoods wilderness heritage through learning opportunities inspired by Dorothy Molter, the last non-indigenous resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
See former mines as well as mining activity at United Taconite from the area’s largest man-made point.
Minnesota Discovery Center
Minnesota Discovery Center is the state's largest museum complex outside of the Twin Cities metro area. Comprised of a Museum, Research Center, and Park and encompassing 660 acres, Minnesota Discovery Center tells the story of the Iron Range - "The Land, The Mines, The People and The Work" - through exhibits, interpretation, programming and research materials.
Bob Dylan Collection
In May of 1991 the Hibbing Public Library started the Bob Dylan Collection. A number of items have been purchases or donated by interested individuals over the years and are included in the displays.
American Bear Association Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary
Generations of black bears still visit his former homestead, now designated as The Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary. The American Bear Association, a non-profit organization, was formed to manage the sanctuary in order to promote a better understanding of the black bear through education, observation and experience.