Visitors to Duluth are often amazed at the wealth of early 1900 era mansions located in the Historic East End district of Duluth, MN, Lake Superior’s harbor city.  Take a tour of the Glensheen Congdon Mansion, (where time really does stand still) featuring original Congdon family art and furnishings.   Then, stay overnight at The Cotton Mansion B&B (circa 2014), another Duluth  landmark, offering guests the extraordinary experience of living for a day or two in a millionaires mansion.    Enjoy breakfast sitting at the very same table that  original owner, Joseph Cotton, lawyer to oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, sat with his family.   And while staying here, be sure to take a leisurely stroll to view the varied architecture styles offered in Duluth’s Historic Mansion District.

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