Fraunces Tavern Museum
  • 54 Pearl St.
  • Manhattan, NY 10004
  (212) 425-1778

  • 54 Pearl St.
  • Manhattan, NY 10004
  (212) 425-1778

Built around 1719 and transformed into a tavern by Samuel Fraunces in 1762, Fraunces Tavern was a popular meeting place in New York City during the Revolutionary War. On December 4, 1783, nine days after the British evacuation, George Washington delivered his emotional farewell to his officers in the second floor Long Room. Today, the Museum’s mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the American Revolutionary era through public education. This mission is fulfilled through the interpretation and preservation of the Museum's collections, landmarked buildings, and varied public programs that serve the community.

General
  • Kid Friendly:
  • Senior Citizen Discounts:
Accessibility
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Museums
  • Suggested Admission: Adults $7; students/seniors $4; children under 4 free; members free
Facility Info
  • Description Whether you are looking for a venue for a ceremony, cocktail party, or business retreat, Fraunces Tavern Museum has the space that fits your needs.

    Host your event surrounded by the Museum's nine galleries; rich in historic ambiance and early New York City and American history. The Museum offers daytime and evening availability and spaces can accommodate up to 100 guests for cocktails and 60 for a lecture style event.

    For specific information regarding rental fees, or to inquire about hosting an event at the Museum, please visit www.frauncestavernmuseum.org/space-rental
  • Reception Capacity 100
  • Theatre Capacity 40
  • Audio/Visual Services
  • Catering - In House
  • Catering - Service Area/Kitchen
  • # of Private Rooms 3
  • Banquet Capacity 50
  • Number of Rooms 3
  • Large floor Plan PDF Large floor Plan PDF
  • Classroom Capacity 60

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