B’nai Abraham Museum and Cultural Center
Built in 1909-1910, the B’nai Abraham Synagogue was the longest-standing operating synagogue on the Iron Range, finally closing as such in the 1990s. In 2004, Friends of B’nai Abraham began the long process of restoring the building and opening it for cultural activities. A permanent exhibit tells the history of the synagogue and its restoration. During the summer, the Cultural Center hosts temporary exhibits as well as musical events and other programs.