Photos: © Castle Gwynn – castlegwynn.com
Castle Gwynn, Tennessee is a partially complete, fairytale castle with two towers in Arrington, Tennessee – conceived and built by photographer Mike Freeman (see below for a great aerial image of the castle).
Reputedly taking its architectural inspiration from the very picturesque Castell Coch in Wales, Gwynn Castle now plays host to the popular Tennessee Renaissance Festival – during which time, visitors can also have tours of the castle.
From the Castle Gwynn website:
“The vision began in 1970 as high school architecture student Mike Freeman drafted his dream home a “Castle”. His dream, hard work, and sacrifices have led Mike and his wife Jackie on a long journey. The Freeman's share their home with the public weekends in May and Memorial Day as a bonus attraction included in admission to the Tennessee Renaissance Festival”.
For a great interview with Mike and Jackie Freeman, owners of Castle Gwynn, on the Tennessee Home and Farm Website, click here.
2124 Newcastle Rd, Arrington, Tennessee, 37014, United States
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