If you love American Castles and American Chateaux, touring or visiting a Castle in America will likely be of interest to you. Hopefully that's why you're on this page!
Across America, there are castles and chateaux to visit, have tours of and taste wine in. We trust our list of all Castles in America open to the public will be of assistance to you in deciding which one to visit next. If you manage to visit all of them, let us know which is your favourite.
Castello di Amorosa, California
Castello di Amorosa, California is a highly impressive, authentic, Italian medieval castle and vineyard/winery in Calistoga, CA.
Loveland Castle, Ohio
Loveland Castle, Ohio (also known as Chateau LaRoche) is a castle and museum near Loveland, Ohio.
Bettendorf Castle, Illinois
Bettendorf Castle, Illinois is an extraordinary gothic-style castle available for events, weddings and photo-shoots in Fox River Grove, IL.
Coral Castle, Florida
Coral Castle, Florida was one man’s project to build a limestone ‘castle’ in Homestead, FL.
Baranof Castle Historic Site, Alaska
Baranof Castle Historic Site, Alaska (also ‘Castle Hill’) is the location where the U.S. purchased Alaska from Russia.
Montezuma Castle, Arizona
Montezuma Castle, Arizona – a National Monument – is a collection of cliffside dwellings near Camp Verde, AZ
Bishop Castle, Colorado
Bishop Castle, Colorado is a unique one-man project – now roadside attraction and events venue – resembling a castle.
Gillette Castle, Connecticut
Gillette Castle, Connecticut is a large stone castle and tourist attraction in East Haddam, CT
Rhodes Hall, Georgia
Rhodes Hall, Georgia is a landmark historic mansion, resembling a castle, in Atlanta, GA
Iolani Barracks (Hale Koa), Hawaii
Iolani Barracks (Hale Koa), Hawaii is a castle-like building in the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol.