Big Castles You Can Find in the United States

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Castles are an iconic part of history in many parts of Europe, but there are also some located in the United States. Visiting them will be an experience you’ll never forget.
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Bishop’s Castle

Located not far from Rye, Colorado, Bishop’s Castle was built by one man. He doesn’t claim to have any kind of building permits so enter the castle at your own risk.
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Boldt Castle

This castle was built in Alexandria Bay in New York and was orginally a summer home. It is now open to visitors.
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Gilette Castle

East Haddam, Connecticut is home to this castle, which was originally a home. It looks like ruins on the outside, but still houses a wide range of artifacts inside.
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Castle in the Clouds

This New Hampshire castle was orginially an estate for a famous shoemaker, but is now open for tours.
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Hammond Castle

Built by John Hays Hammond Jr., as a place to display his collection of art as well as a place to live. It is now a museum open to people who want to see the artifacts inside.
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Castello di Amorosa

This authentic 13th century Tuscan castle was built in 1994 and is used as a winery.
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Belvedere Castle

This Central Park castle is being used as a center for weather experts and has some stunning views of the area surrounding it.
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Fonthill Castle

Located in Doylsetown, Pennsylvania, Fonthill Castle was orginially a home, but is now a museum full of interesting items.
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Gresham Castle

Also called Bishop’s Palace, this Galveston Texas castle was built in the late 1880s and is open for tours daily.
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Loveland Castle

Loveland, Ohio is home to Loveland Castle, which was built for a local Boy Scout Troop and is open for tours now.
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