I’m always amazed at the finds that are here in Texas.
Since moving here, one find that I was thought most interesting was that there are quite a number of castles in Texas.
Yes, castles you heard me correctly. We went to visit one of those castles, Newman’s Castle.
Mike Newman, the owner of Newman’s bakery is also the creative genius behind Newman’s Castle. Bringing new meaning to a man’s home is his castle.
We were able to tour and take photos. But our favorite part was we got to explore.
Formal dining room
Lunch was provided in the cost of the tour.
Fresh baked donuts
Handmade mote and drawbridge
The castle, which is 3400 square feet. Was built by hand
We got to watch and be a part of the closing of the drawbridge which weighs in at 3000 pounds.
The kids enjoyed being hamsters in the wheel.
I am always getting in to a little trouble.
We got to spin him around. It’s supposed to be a torture device and he thought it was better as a ride
View from the top
Bell Tower behind the main house stands at 62 feet
Each tour of the castle is led by Mike with a bit of history and his adventure in building his home.
Newman’s Castle in Bellville Texas is a fun family trip. Donuts and castles. Who could ask for more?
For more information and to book your adventure go to:
You will need to call to get the information, tickets and instructions.
Before heading to the castle, you must meet at the bakery first.
Tell them The Happy Mustard Seed sent ya!
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On the blog today, I’m sharing a Texas castle we got a chance to explore 💫(Link in bio)💫 . This give new meaning to a man’s home is his castle. My husband and I were looking for something different to take the kids to. Well we found it at Newman’s Castle and bakery. The kids got a chance to defend the castle. And by kids I mean all of us. 😊 . We also got to close and open the drawbridge. By getting into a hamster wheel like contraption and running. . Needless to say, the kids had and amazing time and so did we. . If you’re traveling to Texas this is a must. And if you live here… did you know this was available to tour? . . What’s your favorite Texas castle so we can check it out? . .