Castle Falls Restaurant and Venue is celebrating their 75th anniversary by offering free tours of their historical property on the third Saturday of each month.

Join us at our next Historically Local Tour on Saturday, March 21 at 4 p.m.

Tours of the buildings and grounds will be provided by Amy Rollins, Castle Falls proprietor. Attendees will learn about the rich history of the Castle as well as the land it is built on, known as Council Grove. Castle Falls is also home to a variety of historical artifacts donated over the years by generous benefactors.

“In 1945, William Blecha began work on his dream home after being captivated by a castle he saw during his service in World War I. Using salvaged architectural pieces from local demolition sites including the Colcord, original Downtown OKC airport and more, the Castle took more than 5 years to construct and is a true symbol of passion, dedication and local history,” said Amy Rollins. “In celebration of our 75th anniversary, we hope everyone will join us to experience the historic charm of Castle Falls for themselves at one of our upcoming Historically Local tours.”

Space for the Historically Local tours is limited and advanced registration is required. For more information on the Historically Local tours or to register, click here.