Saturday, November 22, 2014 11:30am – 1:30pm $20 regular pricing / $15 for Museum members New York City had been the main base for the British for over 7 years of war. On November 25th, 1783, they filed onto their ships … Continue reading
Façade Restoration Project
New Exhibit – Defining Lines: Maps From the 1700s and Early 1800s
Fraunces Tavern® Restaurant
Opened as a Tavern in 1767. Come down for a pint.
George Washington’s Farewell
Visit the historic Long Room where George Washington bid farewell to his officers on December 4th, 1783
Visit the Museum
Open 7 Days a Week: 3 Buildings & 9 Exhibits!
An American Experience: Adeline Moses Loeb and Her Early American Jewish Ancestors With an introduction by Eli N. Evans Contributors: John L. Loeb Jr., Kathy L. Plotkin, Margaret Loeb Kempner, Judith E. Endelman This generational family memoir is presented … Continue reading
Among massive skyscrapers at the southern tip of Manhattan, 54 Pearl Street has stood since 1719. Fraunces Tavern, a New York City Landmarked building and part of the National Registered Fraunces Tavern Historic Block, was opened by the non-profit public … Continue reading
Now Open! Fraunces Tavern Museum announces its newest exhibition, Defining Lines: Maps From the 1700s and Early 1800s. Come explore the landscapes of America’s early history, as seen in maps of the 1700s and early 1800s. This exhibit examines … Continue reading