Touring Glensheen Mansion is always a cool experience, but Flashlight Tours offer a new, and a little scary take on the inside of Glensheen and there are still tours available.

Flashlight Tours at Glensheen means that all lights inside the mansion are turned off.  Tours are offered on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. through March 16, 2019, and all participants on the tour must be 21 years or older.

 

Your admission price includes a branded Glensheen Flashlight Tour pint glass, complete with a sippy cup cover. The cover allows you to bring your glass and alcoholic beverage inside the mansion.

There is a cash bar with beer and wine available for purchase.

Sculpin beer by Ballast Point Brewing will be available for purchase because, according to the Glensheen Estate Facebook page:

 

Shortly after Chester Congdon invested in iron ore land, he became obsessed with apples. He started an orchard in Yakima Valley, Washington where the Congdons would build another massive home called the Congdon Castle. (It is twice the size of Glensheen!) Over time, the fruit business dwindled for the Congdon Orchard, and they started growing hops instead. Ballast Point Brewing purchases hops from the Congdon Orchard to brew their popular Sculpin beer.

The drinks and darkness aren't the only things different about these tours.  The Carriage House Living Room will now be available on the tour, which features the only working fireplace on the estate.

Tickets are $30. You can follow the link below for complete details and to purchase your tickets in advance.

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