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The Hammond Castle Museum was built between 1926 and 1929 by John Hays Hammond, one of America’s premier inventors with over 400 patents and 800 inventions, second in number only to Thomas Edison. The castle houses his collection of Roman, medieval and Renaissance artifacts and features exquisite stained glass, a Hammond pipe organ, inventions exhibit room, library and more along with drawbridge and incredible views. There is a fee to enter and the museum is open seasonally.
80 Hesperus Avenue
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