LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette mansion opens its doors for private tours.
Bob and Ellie Haan have opened their historic home on the intersection of State and 9th Street.
The mansion was built back in 1904, but was bought by the Haans in 1984.
The tours are so popular, the Haan's said they are sold out until November.
The Haan's said they limit the size of the tour to 26 people, so visitors don't miss anything.
"We used to walk by it when we lived in the neighborhood and look out the house and say, 'Boy wouldn't you like to see what's in there.' Of course we never did, until it came up on the market that we were able to look at it," said Bob. "We run into people all the time that who are saying, 'Do you have tours?' Until this weekend, we the answer was always 'No we really don't do tours.' Now we're able to say yes."
Tickets for the tour are $10 online and $12 at the door, if the tour hasn't sold out.
The Haan's said they will also have a special open house around Christmas.
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