Visitor Center at Hall Tavern
The first stop for visitors to Historic Deerfield, the Visitor Center at Hall Tavern was originally built in 1760 in Charlemont, Massachusetts (about 20 miles west of Deerfield), and a ballroom wing was added around 1800. Today Museum Attendants welcome visitors with information about tickets, membership, the day’s activities, and an orientation film. The Hall Tavern is also an active museum, and is home to open hearth cooking demonstrations and classes, offered seasonally. While here, be sure to visit the Cooks’ Garden located behind Hall Tavern.
The Visitor Center at Hall Tavern is open during the regular season for self-guided tours from 9:30am to 4:30pm. A Guide is available to answer questions.
Please note that the first floor of the Hall Tavern Visitor Center is wheelchair accessible.