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Fraunces Tavern Museum

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Time Out says

This 18th-century tavern used to be George Washington’s watering hole and the site of his famous farewell to the troops at the Revolution’s close. During the mid- to late 1780s, the building housed the fledgling nation’s departments of war, foreign affairs and treasury. In 1904, Fraunces became a repository for artifacts collected by the Sons of the Revolution in the state of New York. Ongoing exhibits include "George Washington: Down the Stream of Life," which examines America’s first President. The tavern and restaurant serve hearty fare at lunch and dinner, Monday to Saturday.


54 Pearl St
New York
Cross street:
at Broad St
Subway: J, Z to Broad St; R to Whitehall St; 4, 5 to Bowling Green
$10, seniors and children under 18 $5, members and children 5 and under free
Opening hours:
Mon–Sat noon–5pm
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