Wander Minnesota: Flashlight Tours At GlensheenWhat’s there to do in Duluth in the deep dark of winter? Glensheen has an answer: the return of the Flashlight Tour.
Your Last Chance To See 'A Glensheen Christmas'If you have not had your fill of Christmas yet and just happened to be in the Duluth area, check out "A Glensheen Christmas." This is the last weekend of their self-guided tours. There are 39 rooms, 25 Christmas trees and 15 fireplaces.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links (Jan. 2)With the New Year already in full effect, here are some things to do to get it started right.
Finding Minnesota: Seeing Glensheen Mansion By KayakThousands of families head to Duluth every year to visit the historic Glensheen Mansion. July and August are the busiest months at the mansion, and more than 84 percent of Glensheen's income comes from tours.
Finding Minnesota: Inside Glensheen MansionGlensheen Mansion is a place of elegant beauty but also the site of a high-profile tragedy. It was built for one of the wealthiest families in Minnesota. Now visitors are getting to do something inside the historic home that's never been allowed before.
Glensheen Visitors Can Now Take Photos InsideFor the first time in 33 years, visitors to the historic Glensheen mansion in Duluth are being allowed to take photographs inside. Glensheen was the site of one of the state's most notorious murders back in 1977.
Wander Minnesota: A Guide to DecemberMinnesota is pretty festival-friendly all year long, but December is more jam-packed than any other month. Here are just a few of the events taking place around the state (outside of the metro area) by the end of 2012.
Haunted Houses Around The U.S.Tour the country visiting some terrifying real life haunted houses. These spots all have mysterious and dark histories, which lead to a lot of unexplained activity. Decide for yourself if these are truly the most haunted houses in the United States.

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