Fraunces TavernCompleted restoration of Fraunces Tavern, taken from the corner of Pearl and Broad Street, facing south. 1907.Fraunces Tavern from Pearl Street, facing north. Circa 1880-1906.Restoration of Fraunces Tavern, taken from Pearl Street facing south. 1906.

Tomorrow at noon, join historian Mary Tsaltas-Ottomanelli to explore the history of 54 Pearl Street, the home of Fraunces Tavern Museum and Restaurant, its significance to the American Revolutionary era, and the efforts to restore and preserve the building over the last 300 years. 54 Pearl Street, was built in 1719 and is Manhattan’s oldest standing structure. In this talk, you’ll see rarely seen historic photographs of the restoration of Fraunces Tavern. Fraunces Tavern is a Museum Partner of Untapped New York Insiders.

Restoration of Fraunces Tavern, taken from Pearl Street facing south. 1906.Restoration of Fraunces Tavern. Photo courtesy Fraunces Tavern Museum.

This live talk is organized for Untapped New York Insiders — get two months free with code STAYHOME (or three months free with a yearly plan). A video of the talk will also be made available to all our Insiders afterwards in the Virtual Content section of our website.



One thought on “Join a Virtual Talk on the Restoration of Fraunces Tavern

  1. I AM 82 YRS. YOUNG. I remember my Mom taking me there. She was always taking me places, theatre, ballet, museums.
    She was the best. Born in 1900 and died 81 years later. I miss her and yet, glad she is not alive during this time.

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