Warner Castle, Rochester, New York is a is a prominent limestone mansion with towers and crenellations, modeled on a Scottish castle.
Built in 1854 by Horatio Gates Warner, over the years Warner castle has had several owners and been used for a range of purposes including as a private residence, sanitarium and as the home of Rochester Civic Garden Center. Since 2019, the property has been the headquarters of The Landmark Society of Western New York.
Warner Castle (Landmark Society of Western New York)
5 Castle Park, Rochester, NY 14620, United States
A virtual housewarming tour of Warner Castle below
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