Boston University Castle (also BU Castle) Boston, Massachusetts is an imposing, medieval style mansion owned by Boston University.
Described by the university as a Tudor Revival mansion, the castle was completed as a private residence in 1915 for businessman William Lindsey and, following a change of ownership, was donated to the university in the mid 1920s. The castle served as a home for the University's presidents for a number of years but since the 1960s had been used for social occasions, meetings and as an event space. The BU Castle also houses a popular pub in its basement.
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The Castle, 225 Bay State Rd, Boston, MA 02215, United States
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