Greyhound Bus Museum

It’ll transport you back in time!

The Iron Trail is the birthplace of the bus industry in the United States.  It all began in Hibbing with one ‘Hupmobile” and two enterprising men who began transporting miners from one town to another. Eventually, the small local business evolved into the country’s widely recognized Greyhound Bus Company.

The Greyhound Bus Origin Center traces the history of the bus industry from its humble beginnings using pictorial displays, hundreds of artifacts and memorabilia, audio-visual presentation and a VCR show of “The Greyhound Story – from Hibbing to Everywhere.”

A diorama of WWII illustrates how Greyhound contributed to the war effort, and museum displays include a number of vintage buses, such as  a 1927 White, 1936 Super Coach, 1947 “Battle of Britain”, 1947 ACF “Brill”, 1948 Silverside, 1955 Courier 95, 1056 Scenicruiser, 1964 GMC PD-4106, 1967 “Buffalo”, 1969 “Buffalo, 1977 MC1-8 and a 1982 MC1-9.

Exit off Highway 169 in Hibbing onto Howard Street. Follow nine blocks (.7 mile) to 3rd Avenue East. Take a right and follow .7 mile to the Greyhound Bus Museum located on the left-hand side. 3rd Avenue will turn into Greyhound Blvd.
Admission: Open Mid-May Thru September; Monday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Open on request for special groups in the off season. Adults $3.00, Students $2.00, Children (6-12) $1.00, Tours $2.00 each.

Tour guide on-site. Available by appointment. Rates subject to change.
To learn more, visit the Greyhound Bus Museum website.
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Greyhound Bus Museum
1201 Greyhound Blvd
Hibbing, MN 55746