Castle McCulloch & The Crystal Garden

category : Gardens
The castle is a restored gold refinery listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1823 and restored in mid-1980, the castle is a granite structure with a drawbridge, moat and 70-foot tower. The Crystal Garden, built in 1997, is reminiscent of Victorian times with beveled glass walls, a crystal chandelier and a lovely veranda with a commanding view of the castle across the lake. This beautiful, secluded property is used for weddings/receptions, corporate and other private events. Visitors can enjoy seasonal activities, including gem and gold panning, historical tours and bridal festivals. Office hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am-5 pm. Open Sat & Sun by reservation. Admission fee for some activities. Call for more information and permanent dates.

3925 Kivett Drive
Jamestown, NC 27282
Phone: (336)887-5413
Our Email:

Come visit us in Jamestown, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Furnitureland South

Visit the "World's Largest Home Furnishings Showplace" displaying 1,000,000

Jamestown, NC Businesses

Decorators Choice

Manufacturers: Asiart, Berne, Dinec, Greene Brothers, JLM, Midi,Timmerman, Trica, and Vermont Percision and more.

Jamestown, NC Other Attractions

Guilford Technical Community College

Guilford Technical Community College provides lifelong learning opportunities for personal growth, workforce productivity and community service. We serve all the diverse segments of Guilford County'

Jamestown, NC Colleges

World's Largest Highboy

Furnitureland South is Home of the World's Largest Piece of Furniture, an 85' tall Highboy. The Highboy was designed by Sid Lenger to match the World's Largest Chest of Drawers, in the Drexel Heritage Heirlooms Collection. Great photo opportunity for any visitor.

Jamestown, NC Other Attractions

Hinkle Furniture

Located in the Furniture Avenue Galleries. 18th Century Hand Carved, Accessories, Bakers Backs, Bar Stools, Cherry, Colonial /

Jamestown, NC Businesses

Things to do Gardens near Jamestown, NC

Montrose Gardens

A nationally known complex of gardens begun in the mid-19th century by Gov. William Alexander Graham and his wife, Susan Wash...

Olive Garden

Refills on breadsticks, soups and salads. Group seating for 30 or more. ...

Haywood Hall House and Gardens

Oldest house within Raleigh's original city limits on its' original site; built in 1799 by State Treasurer John Haywood. Expe...

Sandhills Horticultural Gardens

Featuring 10 major gardens including the Ebersol Holly Collection (largest on the East Coast), a specialized conifer garden, ...