This Road Trip To Michigan's Most Majestic Castles Is Like Something From A Fairytale
Who says castles can only be found in faraway lands? Our beloved home state is actually home to its fair share of these whimsical attractions, and you’ll be absolutely blown away by their beauty. Truly, you will… the castles in Michigan are breathtaking architectural wonders. If you’re looking for an especially magical tour of the Great Lakes State, go ahead and embark on this amazing road trip to Michigan’s most majestic castles.
Are you ready for your royal road trip? Load up the car and start exploring these enchanting castles in Michigan. Your fairytale awaits! Are there any other castles you would add to this local road trip? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Craving more fairytale fun? Swing by Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. The entire surrounding community is straight out of a fairy tale!
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Castles In Michigan
Are there any castle-themed places in Michigan?
We've already taken a virtual visit to some of the most majestic castles in Michigan, but there are other fairy tale places with castle-like atmospheres. Check out Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth... the surrounding community is right out of an old European fairytale. You can grab a meal at The Whitney, which is an old school mansion that might as well be a real life castle.
What are the most charming small towns in Michigan?
The Great Lakes State is full of stunning small towns that are every bit as fairytale-fabulous as the eight castles listed above. Check out some of the most charming towns in Michigan like Crystal Falls, Marshall, and Monroe are all communities that feel downright provincial.
What are the most beautiful churches in Michigan?
Next to castles, churches are often exquisite examples of Gothic architecture and Old World charm. St. Mary Catholic Church is one of many local churches that feels like a castle, and St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church features stained glass that's downright brilliant. You can take a tour of beautiful churches in a smaller climate like Detroit, too -- there's plenty to do there.