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Andes Society for History and Culture and the Hunting Tavern [NY]

The Andes Society for History and Culture seeks to preserve and protect the history of Andes, NY and the surrounding region. To this end, the society operates the Hunting Tavern, which has been restored to the styles of 1840 through 1850. Exhibits include the tap room where Sheriff Osman Steele enjoyed his final drink, the 1953 post office interior, and historic barn-raising tools.

The society offers period rooms, exhibits, tours, and collection access. Visits and collection access are by appointment only. Tavern tours are only offered between Labor Day and Columbus Day.

 
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