Fraunces Tavern Museum hosts a monthly lecture series with topics relating to its mission by esteemed experts, authors, and historians.*
Evening Lecture Admission:
$10 / Public
$5 / Museum Members
Doors open at 6:00pm and lectures begin at 6:30pm. Doors will close at 6:50pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance and include refreshments. Seat reservations are only available to Museum Members.
Please Note: PayPal will send an immediate purchase confirmation via email. Tickets will NOT be shipped in the mail and customer’s names will be on a check-in roster at Will Call. Customers will receive an additional confirmation email with event details by Fraunces Tavern Museum within 24 business hours. Advance online ticket sales will end @ 5pm on the day of the lecture. Tickets can still be purchased at the door
If you have recently published a book relating to the Museum's mission and would like to speak at the Museum, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you miss one of our evening lectures? Recordings of our past lectures are now available online for listening or downloading.
Thursday, December 6
Unlikely General: Mad Anthony Wayne and the Battle for America
Presented by Mary Stockwell
Dr. Mary Stockwell discusses “Mad” Anthony Wayne; a womanizer, heavy drinker, and spend-thrift who had suffered a mental and physical breakdown fighting in the last days of the Revolution. But Washington took a chance on Wayne and the rest is history.
Purchase tickets here.