Washington’s Farewell Open House
Commemorate Washington’s emotional farewell to his Officers that took place in the Long Room on December 4, 1783 with $1 admission to the Museum! Witness a reenactment of the Farewell in the room where it happened and take a self-guided tour exploring George Washington’s connections to New York City.
Please note: space is limited for reenactment performances. Advance registration is recommended.
Venue: Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street
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