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Fonthill Castle is made entirely of concrete and was built between 1908 and 1912 by Henry Mercer. The 44-room castle was created not only for Mercer to live in but also to display his beautiful tiles made in the nearby Moravian Tile Works. The house is open for guided tours every h...
This is my heart's home.
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The coolest place in all of PA. Do the tour. You will be so glad you did.
Fonthill, home of archaeologist, collector, and tile maker Henry Chapman Mercer, is a mix of Medieval, Gothic, and Byzantine architecture, and an early example of poured reinforced concrete.
Henry Mercer’s concrete castle home comprises 40 rooms and 18 fireplaces. Interior walls, floors, and ceilings display his unique handcrafted tiles.
Be sure to check out the tile story of Bluebeard . . . rumor has that it's a subtle message to female visitors. I sure hope not!
On the guided tour of Fonthill, be sure to ask the docent why Henry Mercer kept a human skull in his study!