The Castle McCulloch

Castle McCulloch is listed on the National Register of Historic Places! In 1790, the invention of the steam engine began the Industrial Revolution In England. Castle McCulloch was built by Charles McCulloch, a Cornish engineer, who brought this new technology to the gold fields of Jamestown, N.C. The Castle was completed in 1832 and took the labor of over 100 men and 2 years construct. The gold refinery operated there for over 30 years. The property remained in the McCulloch family for many generations, and changed hands several times thereafter, with ownership finally falling to it's current owner, Richard Harris. Mr. Harris, an engineer himself, with strong interests in stonework and historical restoration, rebuilt the rubble and ruins that had once been Castle McCulloch, to its' original splendor in the early 1980's.

Castle McCulloch is located in the Triad, near Jamestown, NC, just off Business 85 at Kivett Drive. Their entrance gate is on Kivett Drive and brings you to the property via a 1/2 mile scenic drive through the woods.

3925 Kivett Drive, Jamestown, NC
Jamestown, NC 27282

The Crystal Garden

Simply open the glass doors and you are transported to the era of Victorian elegance. In the Crystal Garden every bride becomes Cinderella and every event becomes a success. The Crystal Garden is an elegant pavilion-style ballroom located across the lake from the Castle. This round structure is encased in beveled glass walls supported by Grecian columns, oversized French doors and a tented roof. The interior is beautifully lit by North Carolina's largest crystal chandelier and matching wall sconces. Plus, the center dance floor makes it possible to dance the night away!

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