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Stone Tolan House

Note: Open April-December; Friday and Saturday, 12-3pm

Based on the family life of pioneers Orringh and Elizabeth Stone, the Stone Tolan House is the oldest place in the county. This 2-story frame house includes a wing that dates back to 1792. Depicting the Federal-style architecture, this historic home once served as a frontier tavern, public meeting place and pioneer homestead. Set up as Mr. Stone’s tavern, you will tour through the tavern room, kitchen, parlor-bedroom, summer kitchen, orchard herb and kitchen gardens and smokehouse. See the actual tools he used to cook with and learn about the private and public activities of a household and rural tavern in Brighton, NY. Group tours are available.

2370 East Ave, Rochester, New York 14610

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