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Tourism and Accommodations

From museums and live entertainment to exciting events, there is no shortage of things to do in the Hibbing area. Stargazers are drawn to the Paulucci Space Theatre, racecar enthusiasts regularly visit Hibbing Raceway and gamers find luck at the Fortune Bay Resort Casino in Tower. Live entertainment is a mainstay at venues including the Hibbing High School Auditorium, the Hibbing Community College Theatre and Bennett Park, which hosts concerts by the Hibbing City Band every Wednesday in June and July. An assortment of arts-related classes, workshops and exhibits is available at the Range Creative Art Center and through ISD 701’s Community Education program.

History buffs learn about the Iron Range’s exclusive mining heritage at the Minnesota Discovery Center, the Minnesota Museum of Mining and the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View in Hibbing—the world’s largest open pit iron ore mine. More local and regional history is enjoyed at the Hibbing Historical Society Museum, the Greyhound Bus Museum and the Bob Dylan Collection at the Hibbing Public Library.

Hibbing also hosts a number of much-anticipated events, reinforcing the value of community cohesion among residents, businesses and visitors. Throughout the year are such events as the Hibbing Jubilee, Mines and Pines Art Fair, Winter Frolic Festival, Organs in Revue, Dylan Days, St. Louis County Fair and the fast-paced race events at the Hibbing Raceway.

More than one day is needed to enjoy all this region has to offer, and Hibbing hoteliers are ready to furnish guests with fine amenities and friendly Midwestern hospitality. Business travelers and leisure tourists all find a home away from home at one of the Hibbing area’s full-service hotels and motels or charming bed and breakfasts. The area also offers several campgrounds and RV parks for those in search of more rustic accommodations.

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