There's much to like about this all-encompassing museum dedicated to the Iron Range. But if you are looking for a simple, well-wound narrative experience, you won't get it here. This is more of a shotgun effect, where the exhibits fall more into an "everything under the sun" motif. There is some really neat stuff for kids here--farm equipment, train equipment, and of course, mining equipment, as well. But there are also displays of life in the earlier years of the area which give some great historical context.
A fun way to get off the highway and spend an hour, to be sure.
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