An early example of poured concrete construction, Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, was built by American archeologist and designer Henry Chapman Mercer to showcase his decorative tiles and prints.
Photo by @packdsuitcase // In the early 1900s, the eccentric millionaire Henry Mercer created the 44-roomed Fonthill Castle out of concrete and his own elaborate tiles in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Every artifact from the 6,000 books to the decorations are original and exactly as he had initially placed them, resulting in a quirky glimpse back in time. #BucksCounty #Pennsylvania
Visiting Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, is like transporting yourself to a European castle. Find out more about my visit by clicking this link.