If you had visited “Ed’s Place” in the 1920’s you would have been greeted enthusiastically by Edward Leedskalnin who would have introduced you to his scientific wonder for ten cents admission.

As you moved around his sculpture garden in stone, and the significance of each piece was explained, you would have been witness to the great pride Ed took in his work.

Since it is documented that no one ever witnessed Ed’s labor in building his beloved Coral Castle, some have said he had supernatural powers. Ed would only say that he knew the secrets used to build the ancient pyramids and if he could learn them, you could too.

Today, in Homestead, you can tour Ed’s Place, now known as Coral Castle, with knowledgeable guides available every hour on the hour. There are over 30 different sculptures and items of interest. Features of the Coral Castle Museum include a 9-ton gate, a Polaris telescope, a Sundial that shows not only the time of the day to the minute, but also the seasons and solstices, and celestial sculptures – all made entirely of stone.

Come explore new archaeological discoveries in this modern megalithic structure considered one of the wonders of the world.