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Cider Saturdays

Event/Festival
GlensheenMansion-Open
Date: Saturday, October 17 12:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Venue: Glensheen Mansion & Museum

Hosted by Glensheen, Wild State Cider and Duluth Cider
*Health & Safety measures in place*
Join us every Saturday in September and the first three Saturdays in October at Glensheen for Cider Saturdays! Talk about a tour perk, right?
We are highlighting the local cideries we have in town, Duluth Cider and Wild State Cider. Cider, warm drinks, and other beverages will be available for purchase in the wood cabin on the shore of Lake Superior.
Why cider at Glensheen?
Did you know Chester Congdon loved apples? The Congdon’s have another mansion, called the Congdon Castle out in Yakima Valley Washington. Here, Chester started the Congdon Orchards. ⁣
Congdon didn’t just like apples, he was obsessed with apples. He traveled all over the world researching different irrigation systems and learning about different types of apples.
So come down, take a tour, and enjoy a cider or two!
Want to skip the mansion tour and just come for the cider and to enjoy the grounds?
Purchase a $5 Grounds Admission as a non-tour guest. Guests 15-years-old & under receive FREE Grounds Admission with the purchase of an adult Grounds Admission.
PLUS! A Grounds Admission gives you access to information on the outdoor educational signage and also fun facts about Glensheen you most likely didn’t know in the free Glensheen App
DETAILS
*Shine Only*
Time: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Dates: Saturdays in September and Oct. 3, 10, 17
Location: Glensheen Estate, Landing near the Shark
Cost: Available as a perk for tour guests! Or $5 for Grounds Admission
- Cider, warm drinks, beer, and wine are available for purchase
- Non-alcoholic options are also available for purchase
- Only service animals are allowed on the estate
- Picnics and food delivery are encouraged. Just no outside alcohol, please.
Glensheen is following guidance and safety procedures issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, State of Minnesota, University of Minnesota, and the American Alliance of Museum.