Upstairs at Fraunces Tavern is a Revolutionary War museum. It is interesting, nicely displayed (especially the flag room) and it's obvious the organization which maintains it takes great pride in the building and the items on display.You won't need more than an hour to see everything -- and it's a good thing to do either before or after a meal at the tavern downstairs.
I have two quibbles -- $7 is a little steep for so small a museum (but it shouldn't dissuade you from going inside). And no photography is allowed, though for the life of me I can't see why non-flash photography should be banned.
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