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Vikingsholm, California ('Tahoe's Hidden Castle') is a lakefront example of Scandinavian architecture including castle-like elements such as; extensive exterior stonework, and a tower (The Round Room Wing).
Vikingsholm is 'open daily for tours in the summer months from June to September. These tours are conducted by guides employed by the Sierra State Parks Foundation. A visitor's center adjacent to the main building is available for further information and the sale of tour tickets and other items.'
SIERRA STATE PARKS WEBSITE (TOURS)
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