There's a lot to do in Grand Rapids with a wide variety of attractions offering something for every age, from art & culture to education & history. Home to many talented artists, experience art in many different ways; including live performances, art galleries, art walks & self-guided tours. Step back in time and relive history at one of our historical attractions. More information in one convenient spot at VisitGrandRapids.com/area-attractions.Attractions / Entertainment
Are you a hockey fan? Be sure to stop by this shrine to American Hockey, reflecting the honor, dignity and pride of the legends it represents. Just minutes from the Mesabi Trail in Eveleth, home to some of the greats of the game. After your visit, check out the world's largest hockey stick in downtown Eveleth.Attractions / Entertainment
Our 24/7 casino features the latest in gaming technology to keep you entertained! We have 11 blackjack tables and offer live poker. We also have several dining options, including the Sunset Steakhouse and Gold Mine Grill, that are sure to satisfy everyone's palate!Attractions / Entertainment
Telling the story of the Iron Range - the Land, the Mines, the People and the Work. Ride the trolley. Play mini-golf. Visit the museum & exhibits all rooted in the Iron Range history. Visit our website to learn more.Attractions / Entertainment
Take a step back in time to learn about the history of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa! This beautiful museum and gift shop is a must see stop while visiting Fortune Bay Resort Casino. The gift shop carries many crafts and jewelry hand-made by Bois Forte Band Members.Attractions / Entertainment
Explore 13 acres of kid friendly, hands on exhibits - iron ore train, huge mine trucks, drill rigs, steam shovels, fire trucks and buses dating to early 1900s. Exhibit on Iron Range Life 1920s to 1950s - steam train diorama - WPA-era castle and amphitheater - ore and rock samples - underground mine replica. Check the website for open dates, may vary due to COVID-19.Attractions / Entertainment
The Museum tells the story of Hibbing, "The Town That Moved", through photographs & exhibits, including scale models of the city in 1893 & 1913. Defining the transition from underground to open pit mining, the museum features a "Decades" display of artifacts beginning with the 1870s, as well as logging & mining artifacts. Open Tues through Fri, 10 am to 2 pm or open anytime by appointment.
Shop downtown Virginia and visit the Historic Lyric Center for the Arts! Our art gallery features work by local and regional artists. A new exhibit each month plus lots of artwork for sale. Open Thurs - Sat, 11 am - 3 p.m. Check our website for music and theater events all year long.
View an active iron ore mine during Hibbing Taconite's mining operations. This site offers a 360-degree view of Hibbing Taconite and surrounding area. Free admission. Schedule uncertain for 2020 - call number below to see when we are open. Souvenirs available onsite and at the Tourist Center located at 1202 Howard Street, Hibbing.
Located in beautiful Olcott Park, the museum complex consists of the former park superintendent's residence, a Finnish-style log house, and 1930s tourist cabin. Permanent exhibits depict logging & lumbering industries, Virginia's fires of 1893 & 1900, and Olcott Park's Master Gardener Gunnar Peterson. Other exhibits rotate seasonally. The VAHS archives are open to the public for research purposes.
The Greyhound Story...From Hibbing to Everywhere. Hibbing is recognized as the birthplace of the bus industry in the U.S. Visit this world class museum and relive the story told with artifacts, 18 buses, audio visual presentations and exhibits.
Tourist information, mining Information & gift shop. Souvenirs from the Iron Range, Hibbing High School, Mine View and more. Ethnic foods also available. Open year round.