Fraunces Tavern

Explore the five museums that make up Fraunces Tavern and discover the huge role he played in the History of the United State

The New York Pass Free entry to the Fraunces Tavern museum Normally $7.00 - Free with New York Pass

Explore the 5 buildings that make up Fraunces Tavern museum and discover their historic collection of pieces.

Fraunces Tavern has played a huge role in the history of the United States. At one point, the museum, which also hosts a restaurant, was used as a headquarters for the first President of the United States, George Washington. President Washington also bade farewell to the continental army from the tavern in 1783.
Today the museum is home to a collection of over 3,000 artifacts from the Revolutinary War and Colonial America... You can also find a lock of George Washington's hair on display. When you visit the Fraunces Tavern Museum on the weekend, you will have access to free guided tours.

Did You Know

  • When built in the year 1719, the Fraunces Tavern was originally a home for Stephen Delancey who was a wealthy merchant.

  • Fraunces Tavern was also a famous hangout location for the Sons of Liberty

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Getting to Fraunces Tavern

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Getting to Fraunces Tavern

  • Fraunces Tavern 54 Pearl St. (Corner of Broad St)
  • Closest Subway Whitehall Street / Bowling Green
  • Closest Bus Stop See map
  • Big Bus hop on hop off Tour Stops Stop 13 on Downtown route

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Opening Times

Everyday 12:00pm-5:00pm

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