How much does it cost to spend the night at Singer Castle?
STARTING AT $2,954 FOR 50 GUESTS.
How much does it cost to go to Singer Castle?
Guided tours of the Castle are offered to the public at a cost of US $14.75 per adult, children 4 and up $7.75, $12.75 for military adult and $6.75 for military children. Children under four years of age are our guests; however, young children must be carefully monitored by adults at all times.
Can you sleep at Singer Castle?
Our Royal Suite is an entire wing of the castle and can sleep up to six people. As you journey down the corridor, you discover the first bedroom of the wing, which overlooks the American channel and our south boathouse and features a Queen-sized canopy bed, an antique full-sized bed, and small sitting area.
Who built the Singer Castle?
Frederick Bourne was the fifth President of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, hence the name “Singer Castle”. In 1902, Mr. Bourne purchased Dark Island. He and his wife Emma designed and built the castle at the cost of $500,000.
Can you stay in Boldt Castle?
Boldt Castle is only open to the public during the day; there are no facilities for overnight accommodations. Fortunately, the nearby town of Alexandria Bay features a number of lodgings as well as restaurants serving guests to the Thousand Islands region.
Do I need a passport to go to 1000 islands?
You can visit the 1000 Islands Tower without a passport as it is on Canadian soil. The customs offices are close to the tower and you will need your passport to cross into the US at that point to get to Alex Bay. Toll booth to get to the tower as you cross the Canadian span of the Thousand Islands Bridges.
Why was Boldt Castle built?
Boldt, his wife Louise and their two children visited the Thousand Islands region of upstate New York one summer and fell in love with the beauty of the area. Boldt decided to build a castle on Heart Island as a symbol of his love for his wife.