When you think of castles, Indiana is probably one of the last places that pops into your head. Here in the Hoosier state, however, we have an abundance of castles and palace-like buildings that are simply astounding. There’s one hidden castle in particular, though, hidden away on Mount Metamora, that almost no one in the state knows anything about.

Take a look at this drone footage from Youtube for some more angles on the castle. It’s such an interesting structure!

Did you know the Mount Metamora castle in Indiana existed? For more stunning castles in the Hoosier state, check out this magical castles in Indiana road trip.

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Attractions In Indiana

Are there any fun museums in Indiana to visit?

If you want to learn more about this great state, or just see some strange and interesting relics, check out some of the coolest museums in Indiana:

  • The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum has a collection of over 100 antique cars from all throughout history as well as other items related to automotive history and even a library to help you learn all that you can.
  • Buckley Homestead Living History Farm will take you back over 100 years in time to experience an old farm, a school, and lots of other intriguing historical relics from Indiana's past.
  • The Children's Museum Of Indiana is fun for kids of all ages, starting with the architecture designed around a massive dinosaur sculpture -- you will be amused and educated for hours.


Can I see any castles in Indiana?

If you want to live out your fairytale dream in the Hoosier State, take a trip to one of these gorgeous castles in Indiana. Some of them are a little hidden from the plain eye, but well worth hunting down:


What are the most interesting small towns in Indiana to visit?

There are so many charming small towns in Indiana with lots of fun things to do! Take a look at a few of the best to visit for the day (or a few!)

  • Angola is a nice and quiet town for a visit. There is an adorable old-school movie theater as well as a very popular Civil War Monument.
  • Nashville is home to an artist's colony so you will be sure to find lots of shops full of homemade wares as well as galleries packed with stunning art.
  • Beverly Shores is known for being a dark sky city and is the perfect place for star-gazing enthusiasts to spend an evening looking up.

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