Fairlawn Mansion and Museum

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The 42-room Victorian mansion and museum are haunted by a ghost who is often mistaken for a museum guide. She is dressed in period costume like the real guides, but folks feel a cold chill when she is around. The ghost is believed by some to have been a former servant girl who was murdered by her husband. Historians say the house once served as an orphanage, and witnesses have seen and heard the ghosts of children near the swimming pool in the basement.

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Geographic Information

Address:
906 E 2nd St
Superior, WI 54880
United States

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GPS:
46.71797778305438, -92.06293407078192
County:
Douglas County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
Superior, WI (2.0 mi.)
Superior Village, WI (4.7 mi.)
Duluth, MN (5.0 mi.)
Oliver, WI (7.5 mi.)
Proctor, MN (8.0 mi.)
Hermantown, MN (10.3 mi.)
Arnold, MN (11.3 mi.)
Esko, MN (14.3 mi.)
Poplar, WI (15.6 mi.)
Thomson, MN (16.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://superiorpublicmuseums.org/fairlawn-mansion-2/

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