The receptionist and the tour guides were very friendly . We came early in the week, the tour groups were small, & were able to answer many questions after they took us to the various rooms. Learned how important political debates and plans were held there and in similar places in the colonies. My only disappointment was I was hoping to get some time in the tavern's original kitchen, but that wasn't part of the tour, as a small restaurant owner, I would have been fascinated by that. Also on the Key to the City Pass which you can get at the Visitor's Center, nearby on King's Street. ($10 for admission to several historic sites)
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