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Fraunces Tavern Museum

54 Pearl Street
New York City, NY 10004
212.425.1778
http://www.frauncestavern.com

This completely preserved historic tavern is the site of a small museum, featuring two main exhibits. The first is "George Washington: Down the Stream of Life" commemorating the life and history of the country's first President. The second is about the history of Downtown New York.


 

Museum of American Financial History

48 Wall Street
New York City, NY 10005
212.908.4110
http://www.financialhistory.org

Since 1988, this museum has been dedicated to preserving and exhibiting a history of all things financial. With an emphasis on New York and the stock exchange, on display are early original documents, such as stock and bond certificates and currency, along with press and photographs chronicling the birth and history of this city's global financial center.


 

Museum of Jewish Heritage

18 First Avenue
New York City, NY 10003
212.968.1800
http://www.mjhnyc.org

This museum was created as a Living Memorial to the Holocaust. It opened its doors on September 15 1997, to give visitors perspective on cherished traditions, great achievements, and events in 20th century Jewish history.


 

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

1 Bowling Green
New York City, NY 10004
212.514.3700
http://www.nmai.si.edu

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian is located at the foot of Bowling Green in one of downtown's most beautiful, historic buildings, the Customs House. This museum has a modest, rotating selection of artifacts celebrating the history, culture and struggles of Native Americans in this country.


 

The Drawing Center

35 Wooster
New York City, NY 10013
212.219.2166
http://www.drawingcenter.org

The Drawing Center recently captured media attention when it was selected to move into the new arts center at the World Trade Center complex. Dedicated to works on paper, the artwork here tends to be contemporary, but also includes a smattering of items from the 1960s and earlier.


 

Tribute

24 Broadway
New York City, NY 10004
http://officialsite.com/index2.asp?S=Tribute---A-Celebration-of-New-York-City-&R=30&C=1&L=2967

Two of the works on permanent exhibit at this fascinating little museum are "Last Call," a life-sized sculpture depicting 13 patrons at an old-time NYC pub. The other is "Remember," a 15-minute film that defines and evokes the gritty character of old New York.


 

Trinity Church

74 Trinity Place
New York City, NY 10006
212.602.0800
http://trinitywallstreet.org

This is a full-service parish, historical church in the Episcopal Diocese of New York. They also have an extensive music program that has been providing classical and contemporary music for the Wall Street Community since the late 1960’s.

 

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