Glensheen’s Never Ending Christmas Reopens
The Glensheen Mansion located in Duluth, Minnesota normally has a huge Christmas display with tours throughout the mansion. It's pretty magical.
This year, because of the COVID restrictions, they had to suspend the tours. This is something that is normally part of some people's Christmas celebration.
As of this coming Saturday, Glensheen has reopened and will be conducting tours through their Never Ending Christmas on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 5pm. This theme was inspired by the movie of the same name. And it is really bigger and better than it has been in previous years. Normally there are numerous Christmas trees and about 25 hidden elves. This time that amount has grown to 50. And includes a chance for tour-goers to win a nice prize in the "Next Level Elf Hunt".
Glensheen also wants to stress the fact that they are adhering to COVID protocols and to expect a very clean tour throughout the mansion. They are also limiting the amount of visitors that will be taken through the mansion.
I have been to Duluth and taken in the tour of Glensheen. It is totally worth it. So, when you are trying to think of things to do with the family the next few weekends, think about taking in the tour of Glensheen. It is not clear how long these tours through the Never Ending Christmas will be, but at least for the next few weekends.
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