7 Strange Castles Across the U.S.

US might not be famous for castles but they are considerably more historic and modern across Europe and other continentals

1. Solomon’s Castle, Florida

Solomon's Castle is the home and studio of famous sculptor Howard Solomon. It is near Arcadia, Florida.

2. Chris Mark Castle, Connecticut

This majestic Castle features a moat, towers rising 126 feet into the sky, 18,777 square feet of delight with nine bedrooms

3. Cano’s Castle, Colorado

Cano's Castle, a popular folk art attraction made of beer cans and scrap metal in the small town of Antonito near the southern Colorado border

4. Gillette Castle, Connecticut

Gillette Castle State Park is home to the most amazing work of art.

5. Ice Castles, Various States

Ice Castles is an award-winning frozen attraction located in five cities across North America.

6. Castles of Ida Grove, Iowa

Byron LeRoy Godbersen, the most powerful man in Ida Grove, built castles all over town

7. Montezuma Castle, Arizona

Montezuma Castle is a pre-historic dwelling that is built into a limestone cliff around 80 feet (24.4 meters) above the ground.

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