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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

New Exhibit – 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

Evacuation Day Dinner

Nov 24

Monday, November 24, 2014 6:30pm – Reception Flag Gallery, Fraunces Tavern Museum 54 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10004 7:30pm – Dinner Bissell Room, Fraunces Tavern Restaurant Business Attire Early bird pricing: $100/ticket (October 13-19) Regular price: $125/ticket Ticket includes … Continue reading

Fall Walking Tour: Evacuation Day

Nov 22

WE’VE SOLD OUT! Make sure you keep an eye out for our Spring Walking Tour, coming 2015! Saturday, November 22, 2014 11:30am – 1:30pm $20 regular pricing / $15 for Museum members New York City had been the main base … Continue reading

NEW EXHIBITION: “Give Me Liberty”

Sep 10

August 28, 2014 – New York, NY – Fraunces Tavern Museum is pleased to announce “Give Me Liberty,” a solo exhibition of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Sylvanus Shaw. In this site-specific exhibition, Shaw invokes imagery of early American statehood … Continue reading

Loeb Book Sale

Aug 22

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

Fraunces Tavern Façade Restoration Project

Aug 14

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