“Places in Monroe, NY”
No longer an operational Inn, this place is a known haunted building and has been featured on many ghost tv shows. It has been said that a ghost in a top hat and dark suit can be seen here. The Historic McGarrah's StageCoach Inn is owned and operated by the Cornerstone Masonic Historical Society. It has been located on Stage Road for over 200 years. This beautiful structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998 with the help of the State Historic Preservaton Office, as part of the Smith's Pond Historic District in Monroe, NY. McGarrah’s Tavern has the distinction of having the oldest active Lodge room for the Freemasons in New York State. The meeting room was built for the Cornerstone Lodge # 231, chartered in 1814. Besides being a tavern and stage coach inn, the building was a private residence. One of the more famous residents was Frederick G. Hulse, once a mayor for the Village of Monroe. He also served as the prosecuting Attorney for the Nuremburg Trials.
Inconveniently closed on Fridays 😪
They occasionally give tours. It is a nice home, I have been on multiple tours and have never seen any ghosts or anything like that, however it is not open a lot so make sure you call ahead of time if you want a tour. Sometimes they will give personal tours.
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McGarrah's Stagecoach Inn
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