To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Duluth News Tribune, Glensheen will be open to the public for free General Admission tours, which regularly cost $18 per person.
The first admission will be allowed at 6:00 pm and the last tour admission starting at 9:00 pm. This will be a first come, first serve tour offering.
Similar to Glensheen’s “Night at the Museum” event in the fall, there will be a food truck on site for your post-tour cravings.
Bonfires and estate illumination and estate exploration will be weather dependant.
In addition to touring Glensheen Mansion, the Reporting Duluth exhibit will be available for viewing as well at the end of the tour.
The Reporting Duluth exhibit s a collection of 17 large scale photographs (4ft by 6ft) that depict important moments in Duluth and Northeast Minnesota over the last 150 years. Alongside these photos will be a historic article/column written by the Duluth News Tribune from the era that the photo was taken. Lastly, there will be a small amount of text to interpret what you are seeing.
The exhibit will be free and open to the public, April 3rd – June 2nd during Glensheen’s business hours from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Access to the exhibit does not grant access to tour the mansion. Guests may purchase tour tickets onsite or at glensheen.org.
Disclaimer: Some images may be graphic for children and contain adult subject matter.