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Tour of Hamilton Grange National Memorial & Bagged Lunch at St. Nicholas Park

  • Saturday, November 04, 2023
  • 11:00 AM
  • Hamilton Grange National Memorial, 414 W 141st St, New York, NY 10031


  • Group A: 11:00 AM tour
  • Group B: 11:30 AM Tour

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Hamilton Grange National Memorial house

Hamilton Grange National Memorial  

: Saturday, November 4th, Group A (11:00 AM); Group B (11:30 AM)

Number of Participants: 20 (event is open to ART Members and Non-Members)
Admission: Free
Location: Hamilton Grange National Memorial, 414 W 141st St, New York, NY 10031

**EVENT UPDATE** Due to exceeding the capacity in which the House may accommodate our entire group, we will be breaking this tour up into two groups! Group A will tour the premises at 11:00 AM and Group B at 11:30 AM. After each group has had a chance to tour the space with the guide, we will then enjoy our BYO lunch together in the Park! Please note after registering, you will be assigned a group number via email.

Join us for a tour of Hamilton Grange, the home of Alexander Hamilton, which is located on a sprawling 32 acre estate in upper Manhattan. Be sure to pack yourself lunch and a picnic blanket, as after the tour we will have time to eat and mingle on the grounds of St. Nicholas Park (weather permitting). 

This is an in-person event, limited to 20 peopleRegistration is non-transferable. In the occasion that the event is sold out, we highly recommend joining the waitlist. An ART staff member will reach out to you if a spot becomes available. Unless you've been given permission, please do not show up at the event without registering.

From the 1 Train, the 137 St or 145 St stop will get you to the site, or from the A,B,C or D trains, the 135 or 145 St stops will get you to the site.  Entrance for the tour is on the lower floor through the Visitors Center. 

Hamilton Grange National Memorial preserves the home of Alexander Hamilton, completed in 1802. While New York City changed drastically around the home, it preserves the legacy of Alexander Hamilton and his role in founding the United States. The restored home is now open for visitation and lies on a three-acre plot of land within St. Nicholas Park. 

Please note that by registering and attending this event/webinar, you automatically grant your consent to be photographed and/ or video-recorded and to the release, publication, or reproduction of any and all recorded media of your appearance, voice, and name for any purpose whatsoever in perpetuity in connection with the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. and its initiatives, including, by way of example only, use on websites, in social media, news, newsletters, Metropolitan Archivist, and advertising.

Questions? communications@nycarchivists.org

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