Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center
152 Main Street
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877
The Museum is conveniently located on over four beautiful acres at 152 Main Street (Route 35), the southern anchor of the Cultural District in historic Ridgefield, Connecticut. It is easy to reach from major highways throughout the tri-state region.
Follow the signs for the Main Entrance at 152 Main Street. Our driveway is the one closest to the Main Entrance sign. Park in the lot behind the brick Visitor Center at 152 Main Street and enter the Visitor Center through the back entrance, which abuts the parking lot and is denoted by a tented entryway. Bus parking is available on premises; please contact the Museum office for details.
Visitors attending a private event at KTM&HC should put 132 Main Street into GPS, which will direct them to the driveway by the historic tavern building. Private event guests will enter at 132 Main Street and follow the driveway down into the property to park by the Carriage Barn.
KTM&HC’s Visitor Center (which includes restrooms/changing tables, Front Desk, snacks and drinks for purchase, and small exhibits), Carriage Barn, and Garden House are wheelchair accessible, as are many areas of the grounds. The historic Keeler Tavern is not wheelchair accessible, due to narrow doorframes and uneven floors. Visitors should be aware that the Museum Tour includes multiple flights of stairs. Strollers are not permitted. Service animals are allowed on our site and in our buildings.