Servants - Glensheen

Tour Details

See Glensheen exclusively from the side of the working class, including newly opened spaces. The Servants Tour explores the Servants wing of the mansion exclusively from the perspective of a 1910 staff member and visits spaces not see on other tours. Enter the mansion through the servants’ hall and imagine yourself working in the sewing room, linen closet, downstairs maid’s room and the newly-opened garage. 

Be immersed in the stories of the iconic English butler, the problem-solving cook, and so many more responsible for bringing this vast estate to life during the golden age.

The Servants Tour is offered on Saturdays and Sundays.


This tour is suggested for those who have previously taken the Classic or Full Mansion tour. 

Labor Day Weekend Hours - We're Open!

9/1/19: 9AM-4PM | 9/2/18: 9AM-8PM | 9/3/18: 9AM-4PM

Glensheen will be open 9AM-4PM through Labor Day weekend with extended hours of 9AM-8PM on Sunday, 9/2/18.

Tour Hours

Open Daily from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

The last tour of the day begins at 4:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased on site based on availability and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. During periods of high demand, tours fill quickly. Advanced, online reservations are encouraged.

Gift Shop Hours

Dailiy from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

A tour pass is not required to shop at the Gift Shop, so shop at your leisure for all of your personal and gift-giving needs.


  • With Annual Pass $20
  • Adult $35
    16 & up
  • Senior $33
    62 & up
  • Veteran $33
  • Child $27
    6-15 years old
  • Youth FREE
    5 & under

”You can't come to Duluth and not visit this place! It's beautiful and interesting!“

”It was really interesting to see the relationship that must've existed between the [Congdons] and their servants, and how they lived.“

”The house is from the same time period as [Downton Abbey], and you get to see the kitchens and servants' quarters as well as how the family lived. “

”This is a must see for anyone visiting Duluth.“


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