Home to the oldest city in the United States, Florida is filled with historical landmarks and unique buildings worth visiting.
From the gothic-style windows, fairytale stories, and Spanish-inspired palaces, you’ll be delighted to set off on your adventure visiting the best castles in Florida.
Step inside the castle’s chapel, and you’ll notice none of the windows have glass, allowing air to flow freely.
Castle Otttis, St Augustine
Located on its own island in Key West, it was once home to 2000 people who consisted mainly of soldiers, labourers, and prisoners.
Fort Jefferson, Key West
This gleaming castle stands proudly in a remote area of Florida’s Ona. It served as the home, gallery, and workshop of the late artist Howard Solomon.
Solomon’s Castle, Rural Ona
A 9-ton gate that moves with the slightest touch is an excellent example of the bewildering nature of this castle. You’ll even notice rocking chairs made entirely of stone.
Coral Castle, Homestead
With seaside views, a large pool, and a spa, this is the ideal Castle to spend a night in Florida.
Loews Don Cesar Hotel, St Pete Beach
While walking through the castle, the eerie atmosphere immediately takes you back in time.
Castillo de San Marcos, St Augustine
In the 1950s, the castle became the first Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum and the original collection is still on display.
Castle Warden, St Augustine