Curwood Castle

Curwood Castle

Located in Curwood Castle Park. This replica of a Norman chateau was built in 1922 and served as James Oliver Curwood's' writing studio until his death in 1927. Curwood Castle is now a museum and open to the public on Tuesday-Sunday, 1-5pm. The Castle is closed for the month of January.

Photo courtesy of Shiawassee County Convention and Visitors Bureau


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Nestled amongst tree lined streets of neatly landscaped lawns and well maintained businesses is the community of Owosso. Offering fun festivals and events, art galleries, historic homes, great restaurants, unique shopping, the Steam Railroading Institute, cultural activities and a real castle. Whether joining us for our rich and proud heritage, or just quiet peaceful strolls and bike rides along the River Walk, one thing is for certain you will be greeted and treated with genuine hospitality.