Vineland, New Jersey: Palace of Depression

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Address:
265 S. Mill Rd, Vineland, NJ
Directions:
Hwy 55 Landis Ave. exit, east on Landis, then right on South Mill Rd. On the left a quarter-mile. Visible from the road; no trespassing.
Hours:
Tours by appt: thepalaceofdepression @ comcast.net Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Palace of Depression.

Palace of Depression
Long-lost, eighteen-spired, pastel-colored castle built in a swamp out of rusted auto parts and mud by eccentric George Daynor. A tourist attraction for decades before demolition, so fondly remembered that it's being rebuilt by fans. Roadsideamerica.com Report...

Palace of Depression.

Fun Facts About George Daynor and His Palace
Fascinating trivia about the Vineland man who built a junk palace in a swamp. Roadsideamerica.com Report...

Palace of Depression.

Crazy Labor of Love: Palace of Depression
Progress report as the rebuilding and reimagining of George Daynor's junk castle tourist attraction nears completion. Roadsideamerica.com Report...

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Palace of Depression, 2020.

Palace of Depression

I drove by last night and it seems to be closed off to the public. Lots of "No Trespassing" signs. Not sure if it's because it's basically a construction site now. If you contact them through their Facebook page you might be able to set up a guided tour, depending on their schedule.

[Steve Herold, 07/22/2020]

Palace of Depression.

The Palace of Depression

Progress at the Palace of Depression in 2017 has been tremendous. If you would like a tour of the property, the Palace of Depression Restoration Association must be contacted to make arrangements. They can be contacted at: [ thepalaceofdepression @ comcast.net ]. If you're not able to physically get to the site, you can check out the progress at their official Facebook page for regular updates and news on The Palace.

[Kristian Kirchner, 12/12/2017]

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