Vote For Bentleyville + Glensheen In National Christmas Contests
It's that time of year when the USA Today puts together their '10 Best Readers' Choice Awards' and two popular Northland attractions are up for recognition in separate categories.
Bentleyville has been nominated in the Best Public Lights Display category, competing with light displays from across the country. Here is how they describe Bentleyville:
Bentlleyville "Tour of Lights," America’s largest free walk-through lights display, invites visitors to walk amid more than five million lights spread across a 20-acre park on the shores of Lake Superior. Guests can get their photo taken with Rudolph, visit with Santa and enjoy free cocoa, cookies, roasted marshmallows and popcorn.
While they make no mention of the fact that Bentleyville is a drive-thru event this year, it should make no difference as it is still a public lights display.
You can click on the button below to see all the nominees and cast your vote for Bentleyville.
Glensheen Mansion is up for honors in the Best Holiday Historic Home Tour category. Here is how the describe the Duluth attraction:
Set on the shores of Lake Superior, the 39-room Glensheen Mansion is the most visited historic home in Minnesota. Built by Chester and Clara Congdon in the early 20th century, the home was donated to the University of Minnesota in 1979 and soon opened as a museum. During the holiday season, visitors can experience what Christmas was like for the Congdon family on a self-guided tour of the mansion illuminated by the light of Christmas trees.
You can click on the button below to see all the nominees and cast your vote for Glensheen. Remember, the famous self-guided Christmas tours begin on Friday, November 13.
Remember, you can cast a vote in both categories every day so let's all get our votes in to support our Northland attractions.