It's the creepy, cool time of the year when there are plenty of fun things to do in the Northland. From the Haunted Ship to the Haunted Shack and everything in between, it's easy to stay busy with your family and friends.

One thing you'll want to make sure to put on your calendar is a scary walk through the Fairlawn Mansion. Fairlawn's Superstition Tour is unlike any other visit to the Superior mansion.

While many know about the popular Fairlawn Mansion's Haunted Halloween, which is a day-long Halloween celebration for all ages on October 29, their Superstition Tours are scheduled ahead of that event.

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Fairlawn Superstition Tours take place on Thursday, October 27 and October 28 between 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. and they sound like a perfect Halloween season evening:

Tour the darkened Fairlawn Mansion with flashlights and learn about the ghosts of Fairlawn, along with some bizarre Victorian traditions. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Please bring your own flashlight. No full Halloween masks are allowed for safety reasons. Tours are limited to 20 people per group. Free admission passes are not valid for special tours & events. Advanced reservations are strongly encouraged.

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You can purchase your tickets online now to reserve your spot for the day of your choice. As noted above they strongly encourage doing that so you don't get there only to find that they are booked for the night.

Anyone wanting more information on the tour is encouraged to call 715-394-5712. Fairlawn Mansion is located at 906 East 2nd Street in Superior.

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