Guestwall

Please sign in and tell us what you think of the Coral Castle! We’d love to hear about your visit and impressions. Thanks for visiting us — we look forward to hearing from you soon.

(245)
(175) David Steinberg
Tue, 7 February 2012 19:13

A photographer's paradise. The colors just pop on a sunny summer day.

I've been to the Castle three or four times over the years, frequently with friends or family that are not easily impressed...and they always are! Wild, unusual place, the product of some kind of lifelong fever dream, realized by an unusual man with an amazing secret. I love you, Mom and Dad--I hope you get there.

(174) Lynley
Fri, 27 January 2012 13:42

What happened to Agnes? Where did she go?

Thank you for your interesting question. What we have heard about Agnes is that she stayed in Latvia where she married and had a family, living a long life before passing away.

Coral Castle Team




(173) Donna Gyulay
Mon, 16 January 2012 17:27

My husband and I were guests in late November 2011. I was/am amazed and astounded by the feats accomplished by one man. I am curious where he was/is interred. Is he on the grounds, or elsewhere?


Thank you for your interesting question. Edward Leedskalnin's final resting place is the Miami Memorial Park Cemetery.

Coral Castle Team



(172) JOHN
Tue, 10 January 2012 18:23

HI HOPE EVERYTHING IS GOING YOUR WAY!!!

I HAD A VISIT TO THE CORAL CASTLE WAY-WAY BACK IN 1965- IT IS A REALLY FANTASTIC PLACE- THERE WERE NOT MANY PEOPLE IN THE AREA BACK IN THOSE DAYS - AND I STAYED FOR HOURS - AND NO ONE TO RUSH YOU ALONG- HE WAS A TRULY REMARKABLE PERSON- I GREATLY ENJOYED MY VISIT

(171) Daniel Carranza
Fri, 30 December 2011 21:20

Im going to build a coral castle in California.

(170) JD Roberts
Fri, 30 December 2011 03:59

We went there the first time in the late 70s and have returned several time since, most of the time with friends. Ive never ceased to be amaized Ed was a remarkable person. Hope we can return again. A top 10 site to see in Florida.

(169) mark pritchard
Tue, 15 November 2011 02:55

hi,my wife and i live in australia and im still a huge billy idol fan still, in a music dvd called story tellers he mention his song sweet sixteen a said how he was inspired by this story and the way he described it was so touching ,eapecially for billy that i would love to visit one day and just feel ed's presence and understand billy is actually sing about an actual event

(168) Walter
Mon, 7 November 2011 21:51

I saw a spot on TV about Ed and the castle and thought it would be interesting to visit. When my brother and I first pulled up, we thought we drove over an hour and a half for nothing. Once we stepped inside the courtyard, we were mesmerized by everything. We walked around for a while by ourselves, but when we took a tour, we realized there was so much more than meets the eyes. Whether you believe the grounds are a tribute to love, religion, the afterlife or free masons is up to you. We will probably never know the full truth. There's no question that this work of a 5'0" 100lb man is incredible. WELL WORTH THE TRIP. I plan on visiting time and again.

(167) Carla
Sun, 6 November 2011 07:19

What is closest airport? General aviation airport? Open Sunday?


MIA (Mia International Airport)
Homestead GA Airport (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homestead_General_Aviation_Airport)
Coral Castle is open 7 days a week.



(166) Ronnie Calloway
Mon, 24 October 2011 13:52

Fascinating place & a must see for anyone's travel plans!! Have wanted to see it ever since I saw a t.v. documentary on it a few years ago. I also had read Rusty McClure's book, Coral Castle. The place was every bit as amazing and wonderful as I expected it to be. I loved it and the guide was wonderful and informative. Highly recommend a venture into this place!


 Name *
 Email *
 Gravatar Email [?]
 Website
 Text *
* Required

line
footer
Copyright 2016 Coral Castle | Powered by Isa Design
Skysa App Bar