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Exhibits & Showcases | Gregory Inn

This inn was built c. 1822 for stagecoach travelers between Elmira, New York and Williamsport, Pennsylvania (north and south); and Athens, Pennsylvania to Wellsboro, Pennsylvania (east and west). It didn't last long as an Inn and by the 1830's was a private residence.

Mitchell House
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The outside of the inn is done in Greek Revival Architecture style. The Inn has original woodwork, iron door latches, and glass windows. Upstairs there is a ballroom which doubled as a men’s dorm, innkeepers room, rooms for traveling women and children, which now house displays of sewing machines, styles of 1850s clothes and pictures, also quilts made in this area, a rope bed and other period furniture. Downstairs is the dining room with unique history and a parlor with local items of the early 1800s period.

mitchell house side
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It is surrounded by period shrubs and flowers, has an herb garden near the kitchen door (heritage garden with vegetables and flax) and also a dye garden for dying flax or wool that would have been used during that period. The Inn is open by appointment and/or at special events.

 

Our Museum Hours
May 4 - Oct 30
Thursday to Sunday

Thursday - Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm

Sunday

1:00pm to 4:00pm
Open on Monday of

Holiday's only

Other times by
appointment only -     call (570) 297-3410.

Admission Fees
Adults: $7.00
Seniors 60+: $5.00
Students K-12: $3.00
Preschool Children are FREE
AAA rates for AAA members available.


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