TASTINGS AT THE MUSEUM

Enjoy a Private Spirits Tasting in the Sun Inn Museum

With a private room tasting experience in one of our three museum rooms you can enjoy samples of all of our products surrounded in the history that inspires them. One of our in-house specialists will guide you through a flight of our spirits or a flight of cocktails samples made with our spirits. Includes a small snack board to clear your palette. We can also include a full dinner from Tavern at the Sun Inn and/or a history of the building if desired for an extra charge.*

$15/Person spirit flight – $20/Person cocktail flight*

Fill out the form below and someone from our staff will contact you to book your tasting. 

Perfect addition for Bachelor/Bachelorette parties or Girls/Guys night out or any occasion

* – If you include dinner a $7/person donation to the Sun Inn Preservation Association will be added to the cost of your experience for the use of the room at time of booking. You will order from the Museum Menu (subject the change). If you would like a docent from the Sun Inn Preservation Association a $15 donation to the Museum will be added to your experience. 

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • $15/person for dinner or tasting, $22/person for dinner and tasting. To be collected at time of booking. If trying to book more than 10 we can accommodate you in a private dining room in the restaurant but the museum rooms cannot accommodate more then 10.
    Dining is subject to availability Wednesday through Saturday during Restaurant hours. Spirit tastings can be requested anytime but subject to availability.
    1 - $15 extra charge to the party.

MUSEUM ROOM DESCRIPTIONS

Gastube

The Gaststube or “Guest Parlor”

Pronounced Gash-tooba

This is the guest welcoming/departing room in which guests of the Inn would have been entertained while waiting for their room or for a coach later in the day. The room includes a large functioning fireplace, a representative table of some things you may have found on a table during the colonial period, a timeline history of the Inn, and a period clock made locally in the early 1800s.

The Colonial Kitchen

A replica of a traditional colonial hearth anchors the ambiance of this room. This is where the meals would have been prepared for its guests. The cuisine on the Inn became so well known many dignitaries would plan to stop here on there way north and south between York City (New York City) and Philadelphia. The room includes the hearth and a plethora of other period tools and artifacts you would have found around a traditional Moravian homestead.

Colonial Kitchen
Martha Washington Suite

The Martha Washington Suite

Dine as the first, First Lady would have in a private suite known to be located where she stayed while at the Sun Inn. The Sun Inn was the first place of lodging in the New World to have private suite. This made it very attractive to people of means to stay here and dine on the Inn’s famous cuisine in their own private space. The room is set up for you to experience where special guests would have stayed. There are two bedrooms attached to a common area. The room is finished traditionally and includes a period clock produced locally and a set of original shutters.

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Sun Inn Preservation Association (SIPA) is a 501 (c) 3 that manages and maintains the Sun Inn. Help preserve the Sun Inn. Become a member and receive discounts to the Tavern at the Sun Inn food.

 

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