The Deerfield Inn (1884)


Built in 1884 by Edward and Frederick Everett, to replace an earlier inn on the village common, the Deerfield Inn was enlarged for the first time the following year and, adjacent to the buildings of Historic Deerfield, continues to serve visitors today.

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  1. Jim Boone says:

    If my memory serves me right, the Deerfield Inn burned down some time in the last 20 years and was rebuilt, so what you see is a reproduction. Jim

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