Collections at the Fraunces Tavern Museum include manuscripts, books, paintings and objects from the Revolutionary Era.
The paintings include 46 works by John Ward Dunsmore (1856-1945) as well as extensive collections of the art from Harry A. Ogden (1856-1936) and Henry Hintermeister (1897-1970). Other painters represented include Emanuel Leutze (1816-1868). In addition to the oil paintings, other works of art on paper extend the collection to more than 800 pieces.
Objects from the Revolutionary period include muskets, pistols, powder horns, tools, watches, swords, as well as a small collection of items associated with Washington, Lafayette and other leaders of the Revolution.
In addition, Fraunces Tavern Museum preserves thousands of rare manuscripts,including some written by Washington, Nathan Hale and other prominent participants in the nation's founding. The manuscripts include maps, letters and diaries. There are also thousands of books of interest to historians and those involved in genealogical research.
Admission And Tickets
$7 - Adults
$4 - Seniors, Students
$4 - Children (Over 6)
Free for children under 6, members, and active military
Telephone: (212) 425-1778
Address: 54 Pearl Street
Cross Streets at Broad Street
- to Bowling Green
- to South Ferry
Hours And Additional Info