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Hamilton Grange National Memorial

414 W 141st St, At the intersection of Hamilton Terrace, New York City, NY 10031-9138
+1 646-548-2310
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414 W 141st St, At the intersection of Hamilton Terrace, New York City, NY 10031-9138
Harlem
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Like half of America we drank the Hamilton kool aid and schlepped to NYC to see the play, and sites related to A dot Hamilton. Mixed feeling about the Hamilton Grange National Memorial. Its a miracle that the place is still standing. After the tour...More

Thank TrueNorth67
Reviewed 5 days ago

As a total Hamilton fan -- read the book, adore the music, saw the play, visited the grave at Trinity Church cemetery -- this was a must. Pretty easy to get to on the A Train, off at 145th Street subway. The area also has...More

Thank Tracy K
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you've seen the play or read the book, then you know that Hamilton and his family lived for a while in what is now Harlem to avoid yellow fever that was prevalent in lower Manhattan. The house has been renovated and moved a couple...More

Thank MauriceTheTourGuide
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had just seen the Hamilton musical the night before, so we went to "quiet uptown" to visit Hamilton's home. The museum displays are clear and educational, and we loved seeing the rooms on the first floor.

Thank MGrahl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not only was the hilly, rocky terrain of upper Manhattan a surprise in the usually flat City of New York but so was Hamilton's Grange--a work in progress in a little park in Harlem. Twice moved before being settled in this picturesque setting, the summer...More

Thank LongIslandMabel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Alexander Hamilton only owned one house -- the Grange, a house that he built around 1800 and only lived in for a few years before his fatal duel with Aaron Burr. The house has been moved twice from its original location, but always to a...More

Thank R. B. B
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

Nice place. A bit of a gem in NYC. In an area of town that is quite hilly. We were able to find street parking. Staff were friendly. You can sign up for a tour.

Thank CrissyK3554
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We had high expectations for this out of the way memorial but were disappointed. The displays on the downstairs part were average. The rooms upstairs were interesting, but we were not offered a tour guide. Very small. It was a nice visit to a new...More

1  Thank Lenexajones
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Newly renovated and beautiful. You can feel the history, self guided tours and very popular since the musical. Also free.

1  Thank vivienne c
Reviewed 20 February 2017

I have long been a fan of Alexander Hamilton. He should have been a president, but was barred by a clause in the Constitution, because he was born in British West Indies. We can thank him for so much that we take for granted today....More

1  Thank dbwbear
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RayVS
What about parking near the Grange? Thanks!
27 May 2016|
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Response from Gran7 | Reviewed this property |
Don't know how close you could park to the Hrange. No parking onsite. We were staying in Times Square and took taxi. There is subway.
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ValleyTraveler916
I would like to visit the Hamilton Grange National Memorial and the Morris Jumel Mansion in Upper Manhattan, but some friends have expressed concern about the safety of the surrounding neighborhood. I'm a 50+ woman and I usually travel alone. Also, this won't be my first trip to New York City; I'm comfortable with using public transportation and Uber, and I consider myself pretty streetwise. Any thoughts or observations from travelers who've been in the area?
4 April 2016|
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Response from Lori G | Reviewed this property |
You should have no worries whatsoever about the safety of the area. I can't speak to what it's like at night, but since the facility is closed by late afternoon, you would really have no reason to be there after dark. The... More
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