View of The Warner Castle in Highland Park, Rochester, N. Y.
Circa 1920.

Modeled after castles seen on a trip to Scotland, Horatio Gates Warner designed The Warner Castle as his residence in 1854. After his property was purchased in 1912, the new owners added The Sunken Garden by 1930. Now sealed, there remains an entrance in The Sunken Garden that leads into the catacombs of the Mount Hope Cemetery across the street.

The entire Mt. Hope-Highland Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 21, 1974. It includes the Ellwanger and Barry Botanic Gardens and Mt. Hope Cemetery; notably the Warner Castle, the cemetery Gothic chapel and the Gothic Gatehouse at the cemetery's north entrance.

Present-day view would be from Castle Pk, click here.

Warner Castle (B&W)

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