Night at the Museums

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Pearl Street Players

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Façade Restoration Project

Make a revolutionary difference and donate to the Fraunces Tavern Façade Restoration Project!
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Defining Lines

Defining Lines: Maps From the 1700s and Early 1800s

Now Open!

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Fraunces Tavern® Restaurant

Opened as a Tavern in 1767. Come down for a pint.

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George Washington’s Farewell

Visit the historic Long Room where George Washington bid farewell to his officers on December 4th, 1783

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Visit the Museum

Open 7 Days a Week: 3 Buildings & 9 Exhibits!

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Latest News

Pearl Street Players Summer Camp

Jul 27

Download the application and register now! Contact Director of Education & Public Programs, Jennifer Patton at 212-425-1778 x 213 or 2education@frauncestavernmuseum.org for more information.

Revolutionary War New York Nighttime Walking Tour

Jul 4

July 4, 2015 3am – 7am It’s back! This annual tradition sells out every year so make sure you get your ticket early to welcome the sunrise on this walking tour! On this early-morning walking tour through Lower Manhattan with … Continue reading

A Toast to History: Independence Eve

Jul 3

July 3, 2015 8pm – 10:30pm (Happy Hour at the Tavern starts at 8pm, tour begins at 9pm) Created as a condensed version of our traditional July 4th Nighttime Walking Tour with a social ‘twist,’ spend the evening of July … Continue reading

Night At the Museums 2015

Jun 23

The Downtown Culturals Group presents the second annual “Night at the Museums,” bringing visitors and locals of Lower Manhattan unique experiences at 15 of the area’s most diverse and culturally significant institutions. The event is presented as a part of … Continue reading

NEW EXHIBITION: Lafayette

May 22

  Fraunces Tavern Museum is proud to announce the exhibition opening of Lafayette. This exhibition will open on May 22, 2015 and end in December 2016. The exhibition, Lafayette, will complement the docking of the Marquis de Lafayette’s replica ship, … Continue reading