Get A Taste Of History And A Delicious Meal At The Franklin House Tavern In Pennsylvania, Open Since 1746

Dining out in Pennsylvania is often so much more than sitting down to a delicious meal. Sometimes, that meal comes with a helping of rich history that gives us a peek into the past. A must visit for any history buff and foodie, The Franklin House Tavern in Pennsylvania promises a memorable dining experience.

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Have you ever dined at the Franklin House Tavern in Pennsylvania? Share your experience in the comments! If you’re a fan of history, make it a point to have a meal at McGillin’s Old Ale House, the oldest restaurant in Pennsylvania.

Address: 101 N Market St, Schaefferstown, PA 17088, USA