this is really a chance to see historical meeting rooms built in the middle 1700's. these rooms were in a building that was a central meeting place in the 17 & 1800's for the elite, well connected and society of the period for both public gathering and private occasions. the rooms are still in active use today and are really quite attractive with their high ceiling and original chandeliers that have been long since converted from candles to electric. a chance to see the kind of settings and surroundings in which the shakers and movers of this period met and interacted.
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