Duluth Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres
The Glensheen Mansion is a 7.6 acre estate built between 1905 and 1908, and resembles an English country estate built in the seventeenth century. The majority of the furnishings are the originals, and tours are available year round, excluding holidays. Contact Glensheen for times of tours.
An authentic duplicate of a typical Northern Minnesota logging camp, Tom's Logging Camp features all of the building and articles, and original tools and equipment from the past. Stop by the Minnetonka Trading Post for great gifts and memorabilia.
This historic building was constructed in 1892 and served as the depot for seven different rail lines in 1910. Now as a National Historic Landmark, the depot is called the St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center and houses four other museums and a theatre wing for performances.