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Stunning Castles in California That You Must See

Megha Dahake Nov 13, 2020
The national monument guards a segment of the Castle Mountains, a series positioned in San Bernardino Region and Clark County, Nevada. It is bounded on three wings by the NPS Mojave National Preserve.
Castle Mountains National Monument
Nicknamed Tahoe’s veiled castle, Vikingsholm is a tiny portion of Scandinavia in NorCal. It is open for tourists in the summer season. This beautiful structure was designed by Swedish nephew of Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight.
Vikingsholm
Situated close to downtown Santa Barbara high in the mounts of Los Padres National Forest, one can catch the most fascinating charms here depicting the past of California.
Knapps Castle
Howden Castle was erected by Robert Howden starting in 1927 to look like Scottish Castles. Currently Howden Castle is offered to lease and charges $2,000 per week.
Howden Castle in Ben Lomond
Rubel Castle is situated at 844 North Live Oak Ave in Glendora, California. Rubel Castle was erected in 1968 by Michael Rubel and his comrades.
Rubel Castle in Glendora
Castello di Amorosa, in Napa Valley, was built by winemaker Dario Sattui. Equipped with its architectural representations, it is a pedantically restructured primitive Italian castle.
Castello di Amorosa in Napa California
Hearst Castle, San Simeon, is a Nationwide Historic Pointer situated on the Central Coast of California in the United States. Hearst Castle stretches over 68,500 square feet and comprises 38 bedchambers and is rested on a summit.
Hearst Castle
Constructed in the 1920s by Chicago insurance managerial Albert Johnson, Scotty's Castle aided as a holiday breakout for Johnson and his spouse Bessie, but its premier dweller was Walter Scott, a gold prospector.
Scotty's Castle
Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is rested on Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany which was erected in the late 1800s. It is positioned at the heart of Disneyland Park.
Sleeping Beauty Castle
It is quite similar to a Victorian-style home than a typical castle. It is a clubhouse for jugglers and magic zealots. It vaunts itself as "the most uncommon private club in the globe."
Magic Castle California
It was built by Architect Charles MacDougal in 1906 who planned a gray stone construction with particulars that looked like a conventional castle.
Sam's Castle