There’s A Castle In Florida That’s Entirely Hand-Built And It’s An Artist’s Happy Place
If ever you find yourself looking for some weird and wonderful things to do in Florida, then we have something to offer up that is truly unlike any other experience. Solomon’s Castle in Florida is a weird and wacky artist’s dream and visitors can take a guided tour of the property for a few hours and even grab a meal from the neighboring restaurant…which is also a boat on a moat…but more on that later. Check out this incredibly unique castle in Florida.
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If you want to see more castles around The Sunshine State, take our Road Trip To Florida’s Most Majestic Fairytale Castles.
Solomon's Castle In Florida
What are some of the most unique roadside attractions in Florida?
If you love going on road trips then you’ve probably stopped by some odd roadside attractions on the way to your destination. In addition to Solomon’s Castle, perhaps you’ve seen Swampy, the World’s Largest Alligator while passing through the town of Christmas in Florida. In Homestead, there’s Coral Castle, a stone complex where everything is made out of stone including chairs, tables, and even a tub. This unique attraction was hand-built by one man and he lived and gave tours here until his death. Located in Kissimmee, the Monument of States is a colossal tower standing at 50 feet and it has rocks from all contiguous states. It’s quite a fascinating sight! Read about these and more in our article, 12 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In Florida.
What other castles can I visit in Florida?
Castles will forever remind people of fairy tales and fairy tales will remind us of childhood. If you take our Road Trip To Florida’s Most Majestic Castles, you’ll be taken on a journey to some of the most magical castles around the state. Start the trip in St. Augustine at Villa Zorayda built in a Moorish style (inspired by Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain) by a millionaire in the late 1800s. It is now a museum with art from all across the globe. You can see the additional stops along this Castle Road Trip in Florida.
What are some of the weirdest museums to visit in Florida?
Like any state, Florida is filled with weird and quirky places, including museums. Located in Panama City Beach, the Man in the Sea Museum explores the fascinating world of diving. On the grounds, you will see some of the vessels once used for diving expeditions. If you want to explore the world of carnivals, head to the International Independent Showmen’s Museum in Riverview. Here you will see incredible artifacts from past carnivals as well as photographs, a show trailer, banners, and more.