Out in the middle of NOWHERE (and depending on your route, watch out for a farm with the very odd looking brahman cows), this 'castle' shines brightly, with it's siding made from aluminum offset printing plates. As other have noted, the tour is 'canned' and full of puns, but the 'artist' obviously has creativity and talent, and you'll probably even catch a glimpse of him. The tour takes you through the castle - many museum-like rooms, as well as what seems to be the family's living room and kitchen. you don't go to the 2nd floor, but there are several steps up and down to navigate, so the 'living spaces' are not handicap-accessible. the food at the 'boat in the moat' is quite decent, and the recommended walnut pie was worth the calories. The biggest disappointment was the gift shop, that sold mostly odds and ends made in China.
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