Evacuation Day Celebration
In honor of Evacuation Day, we’re offering $1 Museum admission all day long!
On November 25, 1783 British troops evacuated New York City, the last City to be occupied at the end of the Revolutionary War. General George Washington led his troops in a parade that proceeded down Broadway, and ended with a dinner held at Fraunces Tavern.
Celebrate this momentous event in New York City's history by visiting the Museum for special programming that includes live performances by the uniformed Fife & Drums of the Old Barracks, who will perform 18th century music that would have been played by military corps during the Revolutionary War.
Enjoy the performance and other special activities planned for this day, all included with special $1 Admission!
Venue: Fraunces Tavern Museum
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