Miami: Coral Castle

Two weeks ago we headed to Homestead, FL to visit Coral castle. I knew nothing about said place other than people took pretty pictures there. Needless to say I didn’t know what to expect.

With the word castle I was expecting a huge place – it isn’t.

We discovered this place because of Groupon; admission for four adults was $33.00 – not bad at all.

This place was so much more than expected. Our Groupon covered a tour guide and what he guided us through was a nice surprise; he guided us though the story behind the castle, when it was built, who built it, how he built it, and why he built it. It’s lovely and extremely romantic story, all which he swears is true and its not hard to believe. But I wont spoil it for you (it ends in tragedy).

We really enjoyed the storyline and the castles hidden magical wonders were truly a treat. It was a little hot when we went but they provide umbrellas for the tour. The one thing I did expect was to take lovely pictures and I wasn’t disappointed.


This is a map of the area. Its small, but full of things to see.


Below is the entrance. Keep in mind the entrance to the whole attraction was previous, including a little snack shop and gift store.


The whole point of this place is the amazing architecture one man designed, which has lasted and survived many many years. The picture below show the planets he created.. you’d have to go to the tour to find out the meaning of them 🙂 🙂


Bellow is what has now become somewhat of a wishing well. However, it had a different purpose when it was initially designed.


The table crafted below is in the shape of a heart! So cute!


Below you see us at the top of a flight of stairs that lead to the home of the mastermind behind this castle.



Let us know if you decide to visit and what your thoughts are!

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