Welcome to Drover's Inn Restaurant & Tavern
Built in 1848, by John Fowler, The Drover's Inn required three years for skilled craftsmen to construct the three story, sixteen-room edifice. The Dining Room once housed a general store and the Fowlerstown Post Office. In the early 1850s Mr. Fowler opened the Inn to travelers and drovers, moving their stock across the toll pike. Most of the original furnishings had been removed. However, the Drover's log and the store records dating back to the 1850s are still a part of the Inn.
Drover's Inn houses four dining rooms to accommodate parties of any size. Private parties are also welcome.
The welcoming and rustic atmosphere of our tavern is a delight for patrons desiring wings or an evening of socializing.