Michie Tavern ca. 1784 is .5 mi. s. of I-64 on SR 20, then 1 mi. e. to 683 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. Established by Scotsman William Michie in the late 1700s, the tavern once accommodated travelers with food, drink and lodging. In 1927 the inn was moved 17 miles to its present location as part of the 1920s Preservation Movement.
Continuous self-guiding tours of the oldest section of the landmark building include interpretations of period customs and lifestyles with a look at drinking, gaming, dining, sleeping and entertainment.
Food is available.
Self-guiding tour only $6; $5 (ages 65+ and military with ID); $2 (ages 6-11). Self-guiding tour with lunch $3. A combination ticket (Monticello Neighborhood Pass) with James Monroe's Highland and Monticello is available.