King George Inn

General Info

3141 Hamilton Blvd, Allentown, PA 18103

http://www.kinggeorgeinn.com/ map of location

About Us

The King George Inn was built during the French and Indian War and general Indian uprising along the eastern frontier. Area directly to the rear was a drill staging field for regular and irregular citizen-soldiers of our American Revolution.This Pre-Revolutionary War crossroads tavern served not only as a way station between Easton and Reading--Philadelphia and the Allegheny Mountains, but also as a town hall, meeting house, courthouse, early church, news-center, and welcoming place for newcomers to the area.
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