This year we will commemorate 300 years since the construction of the building that became Fraunces Tavern!

Fraunces Tavern Museum will be celebrating this landmark anniversary with special programming and events throughout the coming year. Join us in keeping the history of the American Revolution alive on one the oldest historic sites in New York City, where General George Washington once stood.

More information coming soon!



Built by the De Lancey family in 1719, 54 Pearl Street has been a private residence, grocery store, hotel, and one of the most important taverns of the Revolutionary War. View a photo archive that will take you back in time to explore Fraunces Tavern’s illustrious history as the oldest standing structure in Manhattan.