Golden Plough Tavern

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With a history dating from 1741, the Golden Plough Tavern is the oldest building in York City. Architecturally, it is constructed in the Germanic Half-Timber Style, reminiscent of 18th Century German Black Forest construction. This property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and served as a meeting place, hotel, and restaurant. Together with the Gates House and Bobb Log House, the Plough Tavern is open to the public.

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