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The Mystery Castle is located in the Foothills of South Mountain Park (two miles south of Baseline Road) at 800 E. Mineral Road in Phoenix, Arizona 85040. To visit, take 7th Street South to Mineral Road, then head east and follow the road to the Mystery Castle entrance. For more information and special requests, email us.
Much like Coral Castle in Florida, a man built a castle for his daughter (not girlfriend lijevin Florida). It’s such a heartwarming - and heartbreaking story - but well worth the trip just a few miles from Sky Harbor.
75 reviews of Mystery Castle "What a fun hidden gem at the base of South Mountain. If you have mobility issues, you may find it difficult to navigate up and down all of the stairs. And the public restroom is a port-a potty just outside the gate.…
Mystery Castle is located in South Phoenix, in the foothills of South Mountain Park. Boyce Luther Gulley, who moved to the southwest to treat his tuberculosis, built the castle in the 1930s for his daughter, Mary Lou. Today, it is considered a Phoenix Point of Pride, one of 33 attractions representing the best of Phoenix.
Mystery Castle is a Phoenix Point of Pride, named as such by the Phoenix Pride Commission.It was built by Boyce Luther Gulley, who abandoned his wife and daughter in Seattle, circa 1927, after learning that he had tuberculosis.
Side of castle. The Mystery Castle, one of the valley’s lesser-known gems and a Phoenix, Arizona “Point of Pride.” It is an 18 room, 13 fireplace castle incorporating salvaged junk from the 1940’s and decorated with ancient Native American petroglyphs, mortar and pestles, and local cacti (among other things).
The Mystery Castle in Phoenix AZ was built in the 1930s by Boyce Gulley as a gift to his daughter Mary Lou - Gulley, having been diagnosed with tuberculosis and given a short time to live strangely disappeared never to see his family again.
Mystery Castle is located in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, in the foothills of South Mountain Park. It was built in the 1930s by Boyce Luther Gulley for his daughter Mary Lou Gulley. After ...
Mystery Castle is located in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, in the foothills of South Mountain Park. It was built in the 1930s by Boyce Luther Gulley for his daughter Mary Lou Gulley. After learning he had tuberculosis, Gulley moved from Seattle to the Phoenix area and began building the house from found or inexpensive materials. Boyce Gulley ...
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