Hill Annex Mine State Park Clubhouse Museum

Hill Annex Mine State Park is located on the grounds of the sixth largest iron producer in the United States. The open pit Hill Annex Mine extracted natural iron ore from the Mesabi Range of northern Minnesota from 1913 to 1978. The Hill Annex Mine captures an era of mid-century mining that is often overlooked in other mining museums. Equipment, records, and other artifacts from the Hill Annex Mine are all on display at the Clubhouse Museum.

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