Lambert Castle in Paterson, N.J.
Constructed in 1892–1893, the Lambert Castle was created in Paterson, New Jersey, by Catholina Lambert. The English immigrant named it “Belle Vista,” and prominent people, including President William McKinley, visited the castle. After Lambert’s passing, his son sold the castle to the City of Paterson. Then in 1934, it was transferred to the Parks Commission, and the Passaic County Historical Society established a museum and library. In 1976, the building was awarded the Castle Landmark Designation, and in 1995, it underwent a $5 million restoration project.