Brigantine Castle was a popular funhouse and haunted house attraction by the beach in Brigantine, New Jersey. It was originally located at the corner of 14th Street and Brigantine Avenue.
Constructed in 1976, it drew millions of visitors annually until it was damaged in 1982 in a storm. Facing declining attendance and a $500,000 repair bill, it was closed in 1984. Carmen Ricci, the owner, sold it in 1987 for $1 million, and it burned to the ground later that year just as demolition was slated to begin.
Paul Lovett's art of the Castle depicts a beautiful and dramatic panoramic scene of the Brigantine beach and bathers and the Seahorse Pier and the famed Brigantine Castle.
This drawing is printed on acid free paper and comes in a standard double white mat with a gold inner core (Copyright 2017, Atlantic City Nostalgic Art)
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