Raleigh Tavern

Interesting
A reconstruction of the famous colonial tavern, the capacious building contains 18C gaming rooms, reception halls, and "above-stairs" guest chambers. In its heyday, the tavern stood at the pivot of the colonial capital's vivacious social life, welcoming such illustrious regulars as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Peyton Randolph.

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East end of Duke of Gloucester St.

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