NEW! Fighting for Freedom Tour in honor of Black History Month
From battles to espionage, and harrowing tales of escape, this tour emphasizes the fact that African Americans, both enslaved and free, were present, active, and of critical importance in the American Revolution. In honor of Black History Month, this tour is FREE with admission every Saturday in February.
Plan Your visit
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.
Opening on September 16, Confidential: The American Revolution's Agents of Espionage features never before seen objects from the Museum's collection that tell the story of how tailors, school teachers, and enslaved people operated as secret agents gathering intelligence for the Patriot cause.
Fraunces Tavern Museum offers a variety of programs that allow visitors to experience the American Revolution and Early American history in NYC. Join us for our evening lecture series, book club, special events, and more.
Whether you are looking for a venue for a ceremony, cocktail party, or business retreat, Fraunces Tavern Museum has a unique space that fits your needs. Host your next private event in one of NYC's oldest buildings!