Top 10 Castles in the United States

10. Castello di Amorosa
Castello di Amorosa is a castle and a winery located near Calistoga, California. First opening its doors to the public in April 2007, the castle is the pet project of 4th generation vintner.
9. Carey Mansion
Seaview Terrace, also known as the Carey Mansion, is a sprawling mansion located in Newport, Rhode Island. It was designed in the French Renaissance Revival Châteauesque style, and completed in 1925.
8. Boldt Castle
Boldt Castle, located on Heart Island in the Thousand Islands of the Saint Lawrence River, along the northern border of New York State, is a major landmark and tourist attraction in its region.

7. Belcourt Castle
Belcourt is a former summer cottage, designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt for Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, and located on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island.
6. Bishop Castle
Bishop Castle started as a family construction project situated in the Wet Mountains of Southern Colorado in the San Isabel National Forest located North West of Rye, Colorado. The castle is named after its constructor, Jim Bishop.
5. Beardslee Castle
Beardslee Castle is a castle in Little Falls, New York, USA, constructed in 1860 as a replica of an Irish castle, and currently used as a restaurant.
4. Belvedere Castle
Belvedere Castle is a building in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, that contains exhibit rooms and an observation deck. Since 1919, the castle has also been the location of the official Central Park weather station.
3. Biltmore Estate
Biltmore Estate is a large private estate and tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina. Biltmore House, the main house on the estate, is a Châteauesque-styled mansion built by George Washington
2. Bancroft Tower
Bancroft Tower is a 56-foot-high natural stone and granite tower, which looks like a miniature feudal castle. It is located in Salisbury Park, in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts. It was erected in 1900, in memory of George Bancroft.
1. Bannerman's Castle
Pollepel Island is an island in the Hudson River. Also known as Pollopel Island, Pollopel's Island, Bannerman's Island, and Bannermans' Island, is the site of Bannermans' Castle.