Billy Idol wrote and recorded the song "Sweet Sixteen" and filmed the video in the Coral Castle. The song was inspired by the story of Leedskalnin's former love, Agnes Scuffs, who was the main reason Leedskalnin built the structure.
Contemporary Christian artist Andrew Peterson recorded a song entitled "The Coral Castle" as an unrequited love song from the point of view of Edward. It can be found on his album, "Carried Along."
The New York-based band Piņataland wrote a song about Leedskalnin and the Coral Castle, called "Latvian Bride."
The Wild Women of Wongo used the Coral Castle for their dragon-god temple in the eponymous 1958 film.
The 1961 Doris Wishman film Nude on the Moon used the Coral Castle as the "moon" scene for the moon people's home.
Cuban-American author Daina Chaviano has dedicated a whole chapter to Coral Castle in her novel The Island of Eternal Love (2008).