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A historic house museum originally built in 1713. The house has served as a colonial tavern, 19th century hotel, and 20th century summer estate. The house was the target of British cannon fire during the Battle of Ridgefield in 1777, the only inland...more
The Keeler Tavern staff created a wonderful program for our 8th graders. It brought the students through not only a tour of the grounds but a document and photo analysis as well. Performers took on the roles of the Cass and Julia Gilbert and brought...More
Arrived as the Museum opened and were greeted by John, who would be our guide for the next hour. He was very well acquainted with the history of the house, its occupants, and the area. We were joined with another couple who had a genealogical...More
A must see museum while visiting the Beautiful town of Ridgefield, Ct.
My cousin and I, truly enjoyed visiting the Keeler Tavern. It’s a one-on-one visit with a host dressed up in a Colonial outfit. She explained every artifact in detail with allegoric tails and...More
For $8, the tour of Keeler Tavern is a steal. The 45-1hr tour was lead by a young man who was full of knowledge and history. We even learned where the terms "sweet tooth", "house warming" and "sleep tight" came from. Highly recommend the tour...More
The Keeler Tavern History Center is a beautiful place to take in history. My husband and I were there for their Gala and had a great time walking around their campus, touring the actual Tavern, Garden House, and eating under the tent. Nod Hill Brewery...More
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Depends on the interest of the group. The tours are typically 45 minutes, but an interested group can usually stretch that to an hour if they aren't too busy. Plus figure in some gift shop time. Note groups of 8 or more can... More
Depends on the interest of the group. The tours are typically 45 minutes, but an interested group can usually stretch that to an hour if they aren't too busy. Plus figure in some gift shop time. Note groups of 8 or more can arrange special tours.