With the 4th of July holiday weekend approaching you might be looking for something different to do. A new experience? Something unlike anything you have experienced before? How about dinner in a castle? If you are willing to take the short ride, we may have found just the place for you.

Pretend you are John Snow from Game of Thrones, or just be yourself, while you dine inside this castle built in the 1800's. There's even a dungeon.

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Beardslee Castle in Little Falls, NY was built with limestone in 1860 by masons from Ireland and Switzerland. If you ever wondered what an Irish castle looked like, this is it. Even though the castle suffered a fire in 1919 and another in 1989, she has been going strong since 1994 with the same owners.

Scroll through the pictures below to see just how enchanting this place is. What a great setting for any occasion, wedding, prom or just dinner. As you would imagine, this place books up quickly so it is suggested that you make a reservation by calling 315-823-3000. They are open for dinner Friday, Saturday and Sunday this Summer.

Is Beardslee Castle haunted? Over the last 160 years there have been several reports of ghostly encounters and spirit energy within the walls and around the grounds. To add to the mood, the castle hosts Murder Mystery events. Your next chance to experience this will be July 6th and July 22nd. Check for tickets HERE.



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You can choose what you'd like for dinner and according to the castle's website much of the food, meats, greens and vegetables are sourced from local farms in the Mohawk Valley.

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