In Battery Park, both residents and tourists have the possibility of a series of activities without leaving the inner-city amenities such as biking, exercise or just taking a walk outdoors. A few feet and between skyscrapers is the Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street and Broad Street). Georgian-style mansion, which owes its name to the Antillean Samuel Fraunces, who made him a popular tavern from 1762. This man was the head waiter George Washigton, where on the second floor, this gave a farewell dinner to his troops after the departure of the British in 1783. We only visited the outside, and we are not overly interested in the history of the United States, and we were not interested in seeing the Magna Carta.