Keeler Tavern Museum

132 Main St.
Ridgefield, CT 06877- Map It
(203) 438-5485

AAA Editor Notes

Keeler Tavern Museum is at jct. SRs 33 and 35 at 132 Main St. The 1713 building has been a farmhouse, a tavern and stagecoach stop, an inn and the summer home of noted architect Cass Gilbert. The building has been restored to its days as an 18th-century tavern and furnished with period pieces. A naval cannonball fired by the British during the 1777 Battle of Ridgefield remains lodged in a corner post. Costumed guides conduct tours. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 45 minutes minimum.
$8; $5 (ages 0-18, ages 60+ and students with ID).
Hours: Guided tours are given Wed. and Sat.-Sun. 1-4, Feb.-Dec. Last tour begins 30 minutes before closing. Closed Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas.