Are you open? What are you offering today?
Glensheen Mansion is open on Saturdays & Sundays in February from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
‘Never Ending Christmas’ self-guided daytime Christmas tours are only available for purchase onsite.
How is it safe?
Glensheen’s Safety Plan follows standards and guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), State of Minnesota, University of Minnesota, and also the American Alliance of Museums to make Glensheen safe for you to visit.
You will see building capacity reduced, physical distancing strongly encouraged, Glensheen staff and guests wearing masks, as well as increased cleaning and disinfecting of spaces. A majority of foot traffic is directed one-way and all tours are self-guided.
Per the University of Minnesota, all staff and visitors are required to wear a mask while indoors and outdoors when navigating pathways.
6 feet of distance may be difficult to maintain with 2-way traffic on outdoor pathways. Free masks are available. Thank you for understanding.
What are your hours?
We are open Saturdays & Sundays from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Please give yourself plenty of time to enjoy Glensheen!
The last Full Mansion of the day is at 4:00 pm, the last Classic Tour is at 4:30 pm. Ticketing closes at 4:30 pm. The Mansion closes at 5:00 pm. The Grounds close at 5:30 pm.
How can I safely social distance at Glensheen?
We’ve reduced capacity in all buildings
Six-foot markers are placed across the estate to help encourage physical distancing
A majority of foot traffic in buildings will be directed one way
Ticketing has moved to the Carriage House to allow for adequate space during transactions
Partitions have been installed at registers to provide an extra level of precaution for our guests and staff members
The Gift Shop is now located in the lower level of the Mansion to better allow for one-way traffic and physical distancing
Last but not least, we have 12-acres for you to spread out and enjoy safely!
Do I need to wear a mask?
Yes. Per the University of Minnesota, all staff and visitors are required to wear a mask while indoors and outdoors when navigating pathways. A six-foot distance may be difficult to maintain with 2-way traffic on outdoor pathways.
Free masks are available. Thank you for understanding!
What additional cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting are you doing?
Glensheen has increased cleaning for your safety
Sanitation Stations are available in the Carriage House near the ticket operation
Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of staff workstations
Frequent cleaning and preservation-friendly disinfecting in tour areas
A small team is dedicated to disinfecting high-touch surfaces throughout the estate
Do I have to do a health screening before visiting?
We encourage guests to consider conducting a health screening before entering the facility.
How do the self-guided tours work?
There is a designated one-way traffic route which will allow guests to experience all of the same rooms as on the guided tour.
Signage with educational information and historic photos are in each room.
Download the free app for maps, additional information, and audio.
Do I need to pre-purchase to attend?
We are now only accepting onsite payment and the day of sales.
Where do I purchase a ticket?
Due to capacity limitations, ALL MANSION TOURS (Current tour offering: Classic Tour & Full Mansion Tour) tickets are ONLY available for purchase ONSITE
Member redemption can be completed onsite upon arrival.
All guests must check-in at the Carriage House upon arrival.
Where do I go when I arrive?
ALL MEMBERS AND GUESTS MUST go to the Carriage House to check in.
The Carriage House is the first big building on the left of the entry path. Please follow the way-finding signage to the Carriage House in order to purchase or redeem your tickets.
Checking in and redeeming tickets allows us to maintain capacity. Please check in at the Carriage House to help us stay within our reduced capacity.
I am a member, can I just walk onto the property?
No. All members and guests are required to check in at the Carriage House. This is the big building to the left when walking the path onto the estate. There will be signs to help you find your way.
Where can I get more information about your reopening plan?
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