Hamilton Grange National Memorial

Alexander Hamilton was one of the most influential leaders of early America, and you will want to visit his Harlem home. This building is one of the earliest examples of the Federal architecture style. While Hamilton is best known as the face on the $10 bill, he also created the Federal architecture style by incorporating elements he discovered during his travels into this home. This location is one of 11 New York Harbor national park sites. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Hamilton Grange National Memorial

Stroll through the rose garden at Hamilton Grange National Memorial. Then head inside the visitor center to see a film to learn more about Alexander Hamilton's life, from being an orphan in the Caribbean to becoming one of President Washington's team's most influential leaders. You can also take a tour of the home that workers have moved twice to preserve.

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How To Get To Hamilton Grange National Memorial

If you are planning a Central Park adventure, it is effortless to incorporate a stop at Hamilton Grange National Memorial into your day. Head northwest out of Central Park on Central Park North, and turn right on Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Veer slightly to the right to get on St. Nicholas Avenue. Finally, turn right on West 141 Street. 

Address

Hamilton Grange National Memorial, 414 West 141st Street, New York, NY 10031

Fee: Entry fee $0

Learn more about Alexander Hamilton, who appears on the $10 bill, by visiting Hamilton Grange National Memorial. This home is located less than 1.3 miles from Central Park, so it is easy to include a stop here when exploring the park. Then explore all that Harlem has to offer. You will find unique places to dine and shop. The best way to get to Hamilton Grange National Museum is in an RV. If you do not have one, rent one from RVshare. This park is one of 11 national park sites surrounding New York Harbor, and bringing your RV makes it easy to explore all of them.