The Schuyler County Historical Society's Brick Tavern Museum, built in 1828, is the oldest brick structure in Schuyler County. It was erected as a tavern on the stagecoach route and has also been a Select School for Boys, a boarding house and a home to Dr. Charles D. Clawson, who ran Bethesda Sanitarium nearby. After Dr. Clawson's death it continued as a family home until his grandson, the late Charles Lattin, sold it to the Society in 1974.
Museum Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10AM to 4PM
Saturday (only Apr-Sept) 12PM to 4PM
Closed Dec 20 to March 2