Tourist Attraction Host, Hull Rust Mineview - Hibbing, MN

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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


Hibbing, MN 55746
View the biggest operating open pit iron ore mine in the world, more than three miles long, two miles wide and 535 feet deep. This man-made "Grand Canyon of the North" was the first strip mine on the Mesabi Iron Range. The amazing view continues to grow as the Hibbing Taconite Company Mine expands its mining operations. Rotary drills, 33-cubic-yard shovels and 240-ton production trucks can be seen in action at this National Historic Site. Occasionally, you'll be able to witness a mining dynamite blast used to clear bedrock away to get to the iron ore. Volunteer your time to greet tourists, answer questions, sell crafts/souvenirs, and general maintance and cleaning. Opportunity Available: May to September


Share information about your community with visitors from around the world!

This is an exciting opportunity to meet thousands of individuals from across the globe. Tourism is a major industry in Northeastern Minnesota, bringing dollars to an area that is facing industry depression. The Hull Rust Mineview is the largest working iron ore mine in the country and offers visitors to the area a view of the mining operation, information on the history of mining and other tourist attractions, and unique Minnesota souvenirs.

The Hull Rust Mineview is operated and staffed solely by volunteers during the summer tourist season, May to September. Training is provided, and you are asked to give 4 or more hours each week to provide tourist information, sell souvenirs, plant and maintain gardens, or assist with the project operations.


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Teens People 55+

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