Rain was forecast on one of our last days in New York City so we took the opportunity to check out the Museum of American Finance, the National Museum of the American Indian, and to drink a beer while watched over by dogs playing poker. We were greeted by this provocative and surprising sight when we entered the Museum of American Finance - Alexander Hamilton with his pistol cocked. Apparently dueling was the acceptable way to resolve disputes back in the early days of the U.S. particularly around financial matters.
The Museum of American Finance was housed in an architecturally significant building near Wall Street.link to clip).
We felt a drop of rain and dashed toward the National Museum of the American Indian. Admission is free so it was an ideal place to pop in out of the rain and learn a bit about the original peoples that lived in what is now the U.S. and Canada.
Growler for a craft brew. There were a number of selections on tap and dogs playing poker on the wall for added atmosphere. I'm not a Bloody Mary fan, but they also had a do-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar for the weekend brunch set. Nice.
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