Library Link of the Day: Rubel Castle – Explore the most unique castle in all of Southern California

Courtesy of Atlas Obscura:

Finished in 1987, the Rubel Castle is a place to explore, to discover and, even, to live. There are still artists’ lofts in this structurally sound castle. When Micahel Rubel passed away in 2007, he left the castle in care of the Glendora Historical Society. It was officially placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.Led by Scott Rubel, Michael’s nephew and one of the last remaining family members, we’ll explore the courtyard, drawbridge, clock tower, retired citrus packing house, faux graveyard, dungeons, printing press room, Santa Fe Railroad caboose, and blacksmith area.

Post-tour at 12 pm, all are welcome to join us for a picnic! Bring your own sack lunch or swing by The Donut Man on your way to the castle.

Please note that the Glendora Historical Society offers regular tours accessible to the public by advance reservation. This event provides a unique experience led by Scott Rubel, exclusively for Atlas Obscura.”

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