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Duncan Tavern Historic Center, Paris

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This beautiful, three-story limestone building has been fully restored and is now available to help make your own family’s history. Whether planning a bridal shower, small intimate wedding, anniversary celebration or a family gathering, Duncan Tavern provides an unparalleled combination of elegance, grace and hospitality.

Your event will be impressive, with beautiful antique furnishings tastefully arranged in large, elegant rooms, and yet the small-town atmosphere will make your guests feel right at home. A terraced garden bordered by mature trees provides a perfect backdrop for photographs. A resident curator and volunteer docents are available to give your group a tour of our in-house museum and genealogical library.

Duncan Tavern’s dining area provides seating for up to 55 people and we work with a variety of groups; from bridal teas to business meetings.
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  • My wife and I have been lucky enough to tour the tavern and attend a few events there. The property is incredible! The building dates back to just after the American Revolution and is filled with... 
    My wife and I have been lucky enough to tour the tavern and attend a few events there. The property is incredible! The building dates back to just after the American Revolution and is filled with...  more »
  • I was given a tour by two very knowledgeable DAR members who shared their plans for the tavern going forward! Very exciting. I recommend if you want to learn more about the architecture of this... 
    I was given a tour by two very knowledgeable DAR members who shared their plans for the tavern going forward! Very exciting. I recommend if you want to learn more about the architecture of this...  more »
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  • The tavern seems to be a work in progress. The building I was told, was modified over the centuries of its existence. The floor, though is orginal, which if one has a sense of history is a plus. The tour guide exhibited her knowledge of the building's history well.
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