We rented a boat and parked it near the shore. The grounds and the building are beautiful. You have to do the tour to see inside.
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it's like a small museum with custom Scandinavian architecture and handcrafted woodwork. Loved the grass thatched roof over both sides of the courtyard and so many intricate details on furniture, fireplace, stain glass windows, wood ceiling beams, etc. Tour begins at 10:30am and runs every...More
We hiked a mile down to see kayak and see the castle. It was well worth it. We did pay $10 each to tour the castle. It was money well spent. The lady that gave the tour was a wealth of knowledge. It's an enjoyable...More
My husband and I recently paid $10.00 each to tour Vikingsholm. Nancy Arnold was a terrific tour guide. We felt it was worth the fee to see this beautiful home which was built by Lorna Knight in 1929. She was a single woman in her...More
We walked down the path to see the castle. It was beautiful and very interesting to see. There was a nice gift shop with Ice cream bars!! Easy to walk down to, but a little harder climbing up. Not bad though.
This home is a short hike down to Emerald Bay. It's a short detour from other plans but worth it. A nice experience.
The Vikingholm House was wonderful. We hiked down to the house and loved the grass growing on the roof. It was true to viking architecture. The logs were enchanting. The furniture was true to the time period. The tour guide was very well informed and...More
I'm not much for touristy destinations, but this was well worth it. We actually did not do the tour of the home (as I said I'm not much into that) but the outside was beautiful and you can take a really short hike to Eagle...More