Entering This Hidden San Francisco Castle Will Make You Feel Like You’re In A Fairy Tale

For most San Franciscians, Albion Castle is either unknown or a complete mystery. If you’re looking for a truly eclectic experience in Fog City, then head to this amazing castle.

The Albion Castle was built in 1870 and features underground caves. The caste was built as the site for a brewery called the Albion Porter & Ale Brewery. The castle, which was partially constructed from cargo ship ballast stones, sits above two 200-foot wide stone cisterns, each capturing 8,000 – 10,000 gallons of spring water per day. The Albion Castle has a storied history and is located in the Hunters Point District at 881 Innes Avenue, San Francisco.

Let’s take a look at this unique and overlooked castle in San Francisco!

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Let’s check out a great video on the Albion castle and the history of the caves:

Let us know what you think of this castle? Also, if you’re interested check out These 10 Unique Places In San Francisco.