- Associated Press - Monday, December 1, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Gov. Mike Pence and his wife are encouraging Indiana residents to tour the dressed-up governor’s residence this month.

First lady Karen Pence says a visit to the governor’s residence to see its holiday decorations will leave people inspired to spread the holiday spirit to others around the state.

The house along Meridian Street on the north side of Indianapolis has more than 20 rooms and sits on about six acres. The mansion was built in 1928.

The Indiana Christmas Tree Growers Association is donating two trees for holiday use in the residence.

Tours of the governor’s residence are available by advance reservation only. They are typically offered on Tuesdays and last about an hour. There are nine tours of the residence planned during December.

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