Tips, Tricks, and FAQs About Night at the Museum

Melissa Venema
Oct 3, 2017 · 5 min read

1. Bring cash

2. Carpool, walk, or bike

3. Dress appropriately

4. Wear good shoes

5. Have your camera ready

FAQs

Will all guests get a free tour of the mansion?

Tickets to tour the mansion will be distributed on a first-come, first served basis beginning at 6:00 pm. Tour capacity allows 15 people to enter the mansion every five minutes. Each ticket will be marked with a specific entry time. The last tour entry will be at 9:00 pm. Depending on attendance, not all visitors may be able to tour the inside of the mansion; however, ALL visitors are encouraged to explore the grounds and other buildings lit up and alive with action.

How can I make sure I get to tour the mansion?

Tickets to tour the mansion will be distributed on a first-come, first served basis. Reservations for tours will not be taken. We suggest coming in early to grab a spot in line to increase your chances of touring the mansion.

Are strollers allowed?

Due to the nature of the historic estate, strollers are not allowed within the buildings. They are, however, permitted on the estate grounds.

Where should I park?

Parking is first to come, first served. Please carpool, walk, or bike to Glensheen. The parking lot will fill quickly. Please follow the city’s street-side parking regulations and park on the EVEN side of the street. For further information check with city authorities.

Can I bring my dog?

No. Sorry, Glensheen is a historic estate, and pets are not permitted beyond the gates. Service animals recognized by the ADA are welcome.

What happens if it’s raining?

A rain date for this event is set for October 11. If we experience inclement weather and postpone the event, an announcement will be made on social media.

We are so excited for this event, and hope you are, too! Come join us for a family-friendly, fun-filled evening at Glensheen! See you Wednesday!


The Glensheen Collection

Anything and Everything related to Glensheen, the historic Congdon Estate. ~Duluth, MN

Thanks to Jane Pederson and Amanda Denton.

Melissa Venema

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The Glensheen Collection

Anything and Everything related to Glensheen, the historic Congdon Estate. ~Duluth, MN