December 2 || 11:00am-5:00pm
On December 4, 1783, nine days after the last British soldiers left American soil, General George Washington visited Fraunces Tavern. He invited his officers of the Continental Army to thank them for their service and to bid them farewell. To commemorate Washington’s emotional farewell to his Officers that took place in the Long Room on December 4, 1783, a special reenactment of the farewell will occur throughout the day on DECEMBER 2 in the famous Long Room. Visitors will enjoy $1 admission for this exciting day of events; which will also include additional public guided tours!
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See the room where General George Washington gave his famous farewell to his officers at the end of the Revolution, view a breathtaking collection of Revolutionary War paintings by artist John Ward Dunsmore, and more. Book your guided tour today.
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