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The Daniel Gebhart Tavern Museum is a restored Log Tavern in Miamisburg. It is among the three known log buildings in the Ohio Territory that were built as commercial structures during that period.

In the 1800?s, a tavern is a place for rest of people who took arduous trips in wagon and horseback passing by vine infested and dense foliage. The Daniel Gebhart Tavern was then very ideal for business. It was also a place where farmers, travelers, and settlers join each other for a drink or for personal lodging. It was prosperous at its time until the canal it was close became insignificant for travel.

Today, the Tavern Museum is furnished and administered by the Miamisburg Historical Society for the city. It is open on Sundays from 2p.m. to 5p.m from May to October. Visitors who wish to view on special openings may set an appointment. A 13-star flag will hang the Gebhart Tavern Museum signage whenever the tavern is open to the public.
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