About the studio

"In 1803, Edward Wetherbee opened a tavern/inn and stagecoach stop (65 Great Road). The tavern’s ownership switched hands a few times in the mid-late 1800s, but lasted until 1889. According to a publication from 1890 called History of Middlesex County (Hurd), Wetherbee’s Tavern was known to the Canada line as a “temporary Mecca of drovers and drivers of baggage-wagons for more than half a century preceding the advent of railroads.” In 1828, ... It was said (but never confirmed) that Hapgood’s Tavern and Wetherbee’s Tavern were stops on the Underground Railroad."
- Acton 

Read more

Welcome to our website

Do you have more to say and show? You can do it in this section. Add pictures and a short description to show visitors more of whatever it is you want.

Add a description here.