Full Mansion - Glensheen

Tour Details

The Mansion is open for self-guided,

one-way traffic, with reduced capacity tours.

Health & safety measures are in place.

Per the University of Minnesota, all staff and visitors are required to wear a mask while indoors. Free masks are available. Thank you for understanding.

 

FULL MANSION TOURS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ON SITE PURCHASING

Due to limited capacity, Full Mansion tours may sell out and may not be available at the time of your visit.

For a higher likelihood of tour availability, we recommend visiting early in the morning or late in the afternoon. (Glensheen is open daily from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.)

 

Full Mansion tours are not available for pre-purchase online. There are no set dates and/or times for self-guided tour tickets.

Self-guided tours allow groups to best physically distance themselves inside the mansion.

Admittance into the mansion will be staggered based on mansion capacities at the time.

 

ALL GUESTS MUST CHECK IN AT THE CARRIAGE HOUSE

Please give yourself plenty of time to enjoy Glensheen!

The last Full Mansion is at 4:00 pm, the last General Admission of the day is at 4:30 pm.

The Mansion closes at 5:00 pm. The Grounds close at 5:30 pm. 

 

Access to the grounds is included in Full Mansion and General Admission tours.

If you purchase a Full Mansion or General Admission tour, you DO NOT need to purchase a Grounds Pass.

 

Credit card payment is recommended to minimize contact.

We encourage all visitors to consider conducting a health screening before entering the facility.

To learn more about Glensheen’s Safety Plan, please visit our Reopening Page.

 

About the Full Mansion tour

The Full Mansion Tour is the best tour for a complete mansion experience.

This tour best showcases the entirety of the stunning 39-room mansion built by an iron-ore tycoon as they gateway to the North Shore on Lake Superior.

It includes all five floors of the mansion. Including the previously closed third floor and attic. PLUS, the grounds are included! Everything that is included in a Grounds Pass is also included on a Full Mansion tour.

The Third Floor showcases the Congdon Boys’ rooms and even a few rooms that have recently been restored back to their original glory. The attic exposes the bones of the home where you’ll see the steel and concrete that keep this home standing tall. Plus, in the attic there are many unique items such as the original rugs and rare furniture.

The Full Mansion tour is now completely self-guided due to COVID-19 health and safety regulations. 

 

 

Try the new Glensheen App

The app includes an information and maps to enhance your experience.

The app is free to download in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

 

Tour Enhancements

Learn about the added activities and extras that guests can expect when visiting. Tour enhancements and extras include things like a mansion scavenger hunt or a spot on our shoreline to buy ice cream before or after your tour! Take me to the perks.

 

Accessibility

The main floor and lower level of the mansion are wheelchair accessible. The Second, Third Floor and Attic are not wheelchair accessible, there are videos available upon request that show these floors. Please also see our Limited Mobility pricing. For more information regarding accessibility, please visit our Accessibility page

 

 

 

OPEN DAILY for SELF-GUIDED Tours

Monday - Sunday | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Last ticket for the day sold at 4:30 pm, estate closes at 5:00 pm

Pricing

  • With General Membership $12
  • Adult $30
    16 & up
  • Senior $28
    62 & up
  • Veteran $28
  • Youth $19
    6-15 years old
  • Child FREE
    5 & under

”I had been on a tour when I was a young girl and thought it would be fun to go again as an adult. We had a most excellent guide, Wes.“

”My boyfriend and I did the full house tour and loved it. I can't imagine Glensheen not sparking the imagination of anyone.“

”I LOVE this place! The history, grandeur, it's magnificence is so breathtaking. I visit as often as I can.“

Location

Come see why Glensheen Mansion, perched on the shore of Lake Superior, is the most visited historic home in Minnesota.

3300 London Road
Duluth, MN 55804