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Library Collection - In May of 1991, the Hibbing Public Library started the Bob Dylan Collection.  It contains biographies, albums, magazines, and newspaper articles as well as videos and photos.  For more information call  (218) 362-5959  Library Display - In the Spring of 2003, the Dylan display was redesigned and updated to include his more recent work.  We also have a bedroom window, bathroom floor tiles, hardware from the front door of the Zimmerman family home and a life-size papermache sculpture of Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan Drive - Bob Dylan Drive also known as 7th Avenue East from Howard Street to 25th Street was formally dedicated during the 2005 Bob Dylan days.

Dylan Days - Create art or experience art in the place where Bob Dylan and many others first learned about love, conflict and the human condition. The only way to know what happens at Dylan Days is to come to Hibbing and see for yourself.
Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber serves as a source of information to its members, the community and visitors.  The Chamber of Commerce is a major organizer of the annual

Community Profile
The MNPRO Community Profile provides detailed information on a community's education, churches, accommodations, doctors and health care facilities, its business and economic development, transportation, and other community services. The Community Profile is provided by the Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development and MNPRO.
Cross-Country Ski Trails at Carey Lake
Hibbing Parks and Recreation provide a haven for cross country ski enthusiasts at Carey Lake Park.  Located 3 1/2 miles east of Hwy 169 on 25th Street.  Five trails have varying lengths from 2.15 miles to 3.17 miles  The Black Forest Trail has a lighted trail for evening skiing daily from 5:00 - 10:00 p.m.  The Park and Recreation office rents ski equipment and skit trail passes are required.  For more information call (218) 362-5940  or email.
Greyhound Bus Museum -
Hibbing is recognized as the birthplace of the bus industry in the United States, which is highlighted at the Greyhound Bus Museum in historic North Hibbing. Visitors learn how a 1914 Hupmobile used to ferry miners to and from Iron Range towns led to the creation of the Greyhound Bus Lines. The story of the men and machines that created Greyhound Bus Lines told using pictorial displays, hundreds of artifacts and memorabilia, audio-visual presentation plus a video of "The Greyhound Story from Hibbing to Everywhere".

Volunteers have worked hard to restore the 12 buses plus the 1914 Hupmobile for visitors to see. Plus a new pictorial exhibit illustrating the different styles of terminals from the early 20's to the art deco of the 40's to the present.

Open Mid-May through September; Monday - Saturday; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:00-5:00 p.m.  For more information call:  (218) 263-5814 or (218) 263-6485.

Directions: Exit off Highway 169 in Hibbing onto Howard Street. Follow nine blocks to 3rd Avenue East. Take a right and follow .7 mile to the Greyhound Bus Museum located on the left-hand side.
Hibbing Archery Club
The Hibbing Archery Club meets in the basement of the Hibbing Elks Building. For more information call 262-2302.
Hibbing Centennial Fountain
The Centennial Fountain is located on the front lawn of City Hall and is surrounded by 4,484 engraved bricks.  These bricks are engraved with the names of people and businesses with connections to Hibbing.  The walk way also features a memorial to the victims of Flight 5719.
Hibbing Curling Club
The Hibbing Curling Club was formed in 1942 and has 7 sheets of ice and over 500 members and is located in the Hibbing Memorial Building Arena. The club holds the largest bonspiel in the nation each year – the Last Chance Bonspiel – with 128 teams on 13 sheets under one roof.  Members are able to curl every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. depending on the league schedule. The club has leagues for seniors, juniors, instructional, men, women, and mixed. 10-12 annual events are held each season.  For more information:  Hibbing Curling Club, P.O. Box 357, Hibbing, MN 55746 or call 218-262-2841
Hibbing Disc Golf
The Hibbing Disc Golf Association was formed in 2004, to promote disc golf and its benefits to Hibbing, and northeastern Minnesota. They have installed a first-class disc golf course in the the North Hibbing - Hull Rust Mahoning Mine City Park. With a spectacular view and unique place in Minnesota's iron mining history, the "Old North Hibbing" park lends itself perfectly to providing an extraordinary disc golf experience.  The course is free for all to enjoy.
Hibbing High School
Hibbing High School is a community landmark and a source of pride.  It was constructed by the Oliver Mining Company as a gift to the town when the community was moved from North Hibbing.  The school is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and received the Bellamy Award in 1968, an honor given to one school nationwide annually for fine academic programs.

The School cost nearly $4 million to build in 1922, but with its marble floors, chandeliered auditorium and ornate interior detail, it would cost nearly $50 million to replace and be nearly impossible to build today.  The auditorium is an exact replica of the Capitol Theater in New York, cut glass chandeliers of crystal, imported from Belgium, light the 1,800 seat grand auditorium.

Tours are available by calling the school at (218) 263-3675.
Hibbing Historical Society Museum
The Richest Little Village in the World. The Town That Moved. Razzle-Dazzle Village. These are just a few of Hibbing's nicknames.  Why would such a quaint little town inspire so many names?  Come to the museum and find out. Let us take you back in time to the wild and woolly days of Hibbing's youth.
The Hibbing Historical Museum traces the history of the city form its beginning in 1893 until present day through movies, models, a decade-by-decade timeline and revolving displays.  The most popular display at the museum is a scale model of North Hibbing as it looked in 1913, before the town was moved.  A model house shows how Hibbing was moved in the 1920's  - with wooden rollers pulled by horses and later be steel wheels pulled by steam crawlers.

While at the Historical Society Museum pick up a copy of the "Historical Walks" brochure, a self guided tour of historical and aesthetically beautiful sites in Hibbing.  This is a two mile walking tour of the city.

Free Admission - Donations accepted
Hours - Dylan Days/Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day
Monday - Thursday - 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Additional hours by appointment. For more information phone: (218) 263-8522.  The Museum is located inside the Hibbing Memorial Building Arena at: 23rd Street and 5th Avenue East, Hibbing, MN 55746
Hibbing Horseshoe Club
Two nights of league play are available on Tuesday and Thursday nights.  Thursday night a special needs league also plays.  This is a family oriented club located on the north side of Bennett Park.  Those interested in playing for tournaments are put into brackets according to ability.  For more information call 218-254-7475 b
Hibbing Municipal Golf Course

The Municipal Golf Course is a nine hole public course, par 34, with a yardage of 2,657. Located on the east side of Bennett Park.  For more information call:  (218) 263-4720.
Hibbing Raceway

The Hibbing Raceway is a 3/8 mile banked clay oval at the former St. Louis County Fairgrounds (behind the Hibbing Community College).  Racing start every Saturday night (Mid May - Labor Day) at 6:30 p.m.  The annual Labor Day Shoot Out is a full weekend of racing.  Wissota Late Models, Wissota Modifieds, Wissota Super stocks and Pure Stocks race every weekend. For more information call (218)262-2324
Hull Rust BMX Race Track
Boys and girls of all ages are encouraged to participate in this American Bicycle Association sanctioned sport.  Weather permitting, practices are held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and races are held Thursday evenings with registration beginning at 5:30 p.m. and races starting at 6:00 p.m.  The season runs from the first Thursday following Mother's Day until the second Thursday in September.  For more information call Brian  at 218-966-2067 or 218-231-2249.
Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View

The "Grand Canyon of the North", the World's Largest Open Pit Iron Ore Mine is located on the north edge of Hibbing. Visitors to the viewing area can watch mining in action as they gaze out over a pit that stretches 3.5 miles long, 1.5 miles wide and reaches a depth of 535 feet!  This pit now encompasses more than 50 individual mines and since 1895 more than 800 million tons of iron ore have been removed.

In the observation building visitors can see a slide presentation about the history of the mine and early mining activities and visit with staff members about past and current activity in the pit.  There is also a 170 ton mining truck on site (most trucks used today are between 170 - 240 tons).  Postcards, souvenirs, and homemade crafts are also available in the visitor center.

The site is open 7 days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during the summer.  For more information phone (218) 262-4166.

Directions: Exit off Highway 169 in Hibbing onto Howard Street. Follow nine blocks to 3rd Avenue East. Take a right and go past the Greyhound Bus Museum. Follow signs to Hull Rust.
Iron Range Tourism Bureau
Northern Minnesota Travel Vacation Getaways on the Iron Trail
Marksmanship Center
Mid-Range Sportsman Club Alliance is the governing body for the complex, from which the rifle and pistol club, trap club, and archery club operate.  The outdoor facility provides rifle and pistol ranges, small bore range, big bore range with 3 electric traps, black powder shooting, archery targets, and firearm training.  Shooting sports are offered on Monday and Thursday nights from 4:00 p.m. until dusk. Located at 3946 Marksmanship Center Road.  Call 218-258-8474 b
Mesaba Country Club
Mesaba Country Club consists of rolling Northland terrain; tree-lined fairways and measures 6800 yards from the championship tees. Our superb greens will challenge players of all skill levels. Club and cart rental available. Driving range and lessons by our PGA professional. Superior full service clubhouse and restaurant for your dining pleasure.
Course Statistics - 18 holes, Yardage: 6792/5747, Rating: 72.8, Slope: 131

Average Cost: 18 holes: $45
Mesaba Country Club - 415 E 51st St, Hibbing, MN 55746
Clubhouse - 218-262-2851 or Tee times - 218 263 4826
Mesabi Trail

Once completed, the Mesabi Trail™ will be one of the longest trails in the United States at 150 miles long.  A Fifty-five mile segment of the Mesabi Trail™ from Nashwauk to McKinley and several smaller segments are open today and ready to welcome you to our region. Many campgrounds and local parks are easily accessible from the highway, trail and nearby communities. Partially built on old railroad beds, guests will find a 10–14 foot wide bituminous surface (asphalt paving). Not only a bike trail the Mesabi Trail is great for summer activities such as rollerblading or walking, the trail also offers access to canoeing, camping and fishing. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking and camping.
The Hibbing Access Point - For access to the Mesabi Trail™ from Highway 169, exit onto Howard Street.  Follow Howard Street to 3rd Ave East / Greyhound Blvd. Turn right and continue 1 mile. Park at the Greyhound Bus Museum, just north of Bennet Park.
The Kelly Lake to Hibbing section of the trail is one of the most challenging and picturesque of all the segments.

Trail passes cost $12.80 and two-day passes run $3.50.  They may be purchased at Bikes on Howard, Hibbing Park Hotel Greyhound Bus Museum, Parks & recreation Office, or on the Mesabi Trail website. Trail Central: 1-877-637-2241
Paulucci Space Theatre
The Paulucci Space Theatre is the largest planetarium in Northern Minnesota.  It offers night sky shows, planetarium multimedia programs, and large format films.  Programs are shown in a 40-foot diameter domed theatre.

The Paulucci Space Theatre runs 70 mm films, similar to the films seen at an Omni Theatre.
Come to our Free Wednesday Night Sky Program and learn about the current night sky.  Highlights include how to find bright stars and constellations, and where to find planets of our Solar System.  Find out, too, whether to expect meteor showers, northern lights, or other special events in the sky.  The sky changes throughout the year so come back again and again.

Check the Space Theatre website or call for current schedules and admission prices, Thursday Morning Specials, memberships, birthday party and Scout Sleepover rentals, and field trips.
 Email or Phone 1-800-224-4422

Paulucci Space Theatre,  23rd Street East & Hwy 169, Hibbing, MN 55746
Directions:  The Paulucci Space Theatre is located on the Southeast the corner of Highway 169 and 23rd Street on the Hibbing Community College campus.
St. Louis County Fair
St. Louis County Fair
P.O. Box 629
Hibbing, MN 55746
218 263 4256 Email
"The Five Best Days of Summer" - Was instituted to promote the Agricultural, Industrial and Educational Development of St. Louis County

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