Entering the exhibit space, visitors pass through a tunnel that comes alive with auto sounds of 1914 and continues on with a Hupmobile that could not be sold and the men and machines that created Greyhound Bus Lines. Using pictorial displays, hundreds of artifacts and memorabilia, audio visual presentations plus a movie of the “Greyhound Story –From Hibbing to Everywhere,”the museum traces the history of the bus industry.
1201 Greyhound Blvd. HIbbing, MN 55746
Hours & Rates
Open mid-May through September and in the off-season by special request. Hours are: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 1-4 p.m.
Admission is $5 adults;$4 seniors;$2 students;$1 children 6-12;$10 per family. Guided tours available for $3 per person.
The Greyhound Bus Museum was the inspiration of former Hibbing city councilor and local grocer Gene Nicolelli. He discovered a commemorative plaque from Greyhound corporation in the city hall attic and delved right in to the history of the company. Mr. Nicolelli almost single-handedly raised money to build the museum and acquire all manner of Greyhound ephemera, souvenirs, company uniforms, documents, objects and advertising materials –not to mention buses! The museum was renamed in his honor after his passing in 2014.