Pierce Castle is a wedding and events venue in Decatur, Mississippi.
Operating as a wedding and events venue, the castle is architecturally impressive – with a 4-storey tower, drawbridge-like entrances and crenellations running along the top of the perimeter wall. Externally finished with red brick, the castle does have a somewhat more modern aesthetic however this doesn't detract from the overall impression of being in a castle.
From the Pierce Castle website
“Pierce Castle – Mississippi's Premier Magical Event Venue
Then & Now
Once upon a time there was a young soldier who came home from the war in 1945 to his lovely bride. He swept her up and brought her to this land and together they began to make the land into a beautiful farm. Along with the horses, cattle, pigs and chicken, the Lord blessed them with five healthy, lovely daughters to raise. The family prospered and they were very happy.
One day, while admiring her husband's work and looking to this hill, white with prize-winning cotton, she told her daughters, “One day we just might build a castle right on top of that hill!” Many years passed and the young couple held hands, grew old together and died on their beloved land.
This Pierce Castle was completed in 2008 and is dedicated to the sweet memory of Grover and Margaret Pierce, and their faraway dream of “a castle on a hill.”
The renovations were completed in May 2013 and now offer an indoor/outdoor reception ballroom to make all your event dreams a reality.
Pierce Castle is Available for Weddings, Private Parties, Photography and Cabin Rentals”
5530 Chapel Hill Road
Decatur, MS 39327
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