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Most Beautiful Castles You Can Visit In California

California is home to one of the largest economies in the world and big money has been made by some people in the Golden State. California is home to dozens of stunning and storied works of architecture. Sure, none of them were home to the royal family, but they’re still pretty impressive.
The Amorosa Winery Castle is located in the beautiful Napa Valley in Northern California at 4045 North Saint Helena Highway. It is also known as Castello di Amoroso and was built by wine maker Daryl Sattui to showcase his vineyards and wines. This castle really does feel like a real castle in Italy. Castello makes some pretty nice wines.
Entrance gate of Castello di Amorosa - Calistoga, California.
A multi billionaire newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst built this an enormous house, named as Heart Castle. This is one of the most notable castle in California with full of art treasures gathered from Europe. With a lengthy and fascinating history, the castle features sprawling, gardens, a theater, two pools, a zoo, and an extensive wine cellar.
The Preston Castle was built beginning in 1890 to house the reform school the Preston School of Industry. The school occupied the Preston Castle until 1960 when new buildings were built. State of California restored and preserved the castle . It has long been said that the castle is haunted and it has been investigated by a variety of ghost hunters.
The San Francisco Armory is a historic building located in the Mission District of San Francisco, California. The armory was built in 1914 by the city of San Francisco and contains 160 rooms spread. The California National Guard used the San Francisco Armory Castle. Now it is owned by armory Studios.
Scotty's Castle is located along Scotty's Castle Road in Death Valley National Park in western California. The castle was built by Chicago insurance millionaire Albert Johnson beginning in 1922.. Johnson's insurance company sold Scotty's Castle to the United States Government due to finical crisis.
Sleeping Beauty Castle is a fairy tale castle at the center of Disneyland, this Castle is based on Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany which was built in the late 1800s. Walt Disney himself seen construction work of this castle. This castle has a moat and a drawbridge. It is an iconic symbol of The Walt Disney Company.
Vikingsholm is a 38-room mansion on the shore of Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe, in California, U.S., and on the National Register of Historic Places. This summer home is constructed by Ben Holiday in 1860. Vikingsholm is considered one of the finest examples of Scandinavian architecture in the United States.