We have one of the largest collections of genealogical and local history research materials in the Upper Midwest!
Redhead Mountain Bike Park
The Minnesota Discovery Center – Home of the Redhead Mountain Bike Park Trailhead.
Redhead Mountain Bike Park is NOW OPEN.
Minnesota Discovery Center is the largest museum complex in the state outside the Twin Cities.
It's the one place to learn everything about the Land, the Mines, the People and the Work of the Iron Range.
The Rustic Pig
The Rustic Pig Restaurant and Food Court - to reserve a table (outdoors - seating limited and based on availability) or make an order for pick-up call 218-254-7959!
FOOD COURT HOURS (Subject to rapid change and anticipated to expand moving forward):
Thursday - 12pm - 8pm
Friday - 12pm - 8pm
Saturday - 12pm - 8pm
DIY Archival Webinar
Creating Family Archives Webinar Now Available On-Demand!
Now you can join renowned author and archivist Margot Note for her free, live DIY archival webinar on-demand! Learn how to organize and preserve your family and personal legacy in the comfort of your own home.
CLICK HERE: Creating Family Archives On-Demand!
Contact MDC to get you copy of Creating Family Archives today - 218-259-7959.
What you'll get out of this free webinar:
Tips and tricks archivists use to preserve materials
Ways to get quicker, easier, affordable results for organizing your stuff
Ways to approach an overwhelming organizational project so that it's manageable
Real-world examples of how to approach organizational projects
Generous Q&A time so that I can answer all your questions
Exclusive access to a private Facebook group to support your efforts
Step right up and see the odd and unexpected! See objects and images from the most obscure corners of our archives!
Iron Range Veterans
Minnesota Discovery Center preserves the history of the Iron Range with a searchable online database of local veterans, assisting Press-Lloyd American Legion Post #247 in Chisholm, Minnesota.
Support the celebration and preservation of the history and culture of the Iron Range region. The generous support of our
members, donors, volunteers and sponsors makes that history come alive!