Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Keeler Tavern Museum has been a farmhouse, tavern, stagecoach stop, post office, hotel for travelers, home of noted architect Cass Gilbert and, since 1966, a museum. Now decorated with period furnishings, and changing exhibits from the Museum's collections, its past comes alive as costumed guides lead tours through room settings that portray life in rural Connecticut from the early 18th century to the mid 20th century.
The classic Cass Gilbert Garden House, with its available banquet facility overlooks a brick walled garden with reflecting pool. It provides an ideal location for weddings, concerts, business meetings and lectures.
Conveniently located on 2 plus acres along Main Street (Route 35) in historic Ridgefield, Connecticut, the Museum is easy to reach from major highways throughout the tri-state region.
Those interested in contacting the Museum can
203-438-5485, Monday – Friday, 9 am to 3 pm, Fax the Museum at 203-438-9953 or
write to: The Keeler Tavern Museum,
132 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877.