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If you can’t get Hamilton tickets, there’s still plenty to do and see in vibrant New York City!

If you can’t get Hamilton tickets, there’s still plenty to do and see in vibrant New York City!

Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan is a significant New York City cultural site. Originally built in 1698, it was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt in the 1840s and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though quite a few notable figures, including inventor Robert Fulton and printer William Bradford, are buried there, the current star of the show is Alexander Hamilton. The resurgence of interest in Hamilton is largely due to Lin-Manuel Miranda's megahit Broadway musical…

The 9 Most-Visited Grave Sites in the World

Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan is a significant New York City cultural site. Originally built in 1698, it was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt in the 1840s and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though quite a few notable figures, including inventor Robert Fulton and printer William Bradford, are buried there, the current star of the show is Alexander Hamilton. The resurgence of interest in Hamilton is largely due to Lin-Manuel Miranda's megahit Broadway musical…

Can't Snag A Ticket To 'Hamilton'? Four New York Exhibitions Provide Other Views…

Can't Snag A Ticket To 'Hamilton'? Four New York Exhibitions Provide Other Views Of Him

Can't Snag A Ticket To 'Hamilton'? Four New York Exhibitions Provide Other Views…

A 'Hamilton'-Inspired Tour of New York City

Can't Get 'Hamilton' Tickets? Tour the Founding Father's NYC Instead

A 'Hamilton'-Inspired Tour of New York City

The only home Alexander Hamilton ever owned is currently situated in Harlem's St. Nicholas Park and managed by the National Parks Service. Named the Grange, the home has been moved twice from its original location but now sits on property Hamilton himself owned in the early 1800s. Admission to the site is free, and guests can explore the restored historic rooms on their own.

Can't Get 'Hamilton' Tickets? Tour the Founding Father's NYC Instead

The only home Alexander Hamilton ever owned is currently situated in Harlem's St. Nicholas Park and managed by the National Parks Service. Named the Grange, the home has been moved twice from its original location but now sits on property Hamilton himself owned in the early 1800s. Admission to the site is free, and guests can explore the restored historic rooms on their own.

The church where Alexander Hamilton is buried. New York City (NYC) Trinity Church. IWalked Audio Tours

The church where Alexander Hamilton is buried. New York City (NYC) Trinity Church. IWalked Audio Tours (I went to services here, they wouldn't let us walk the grounds though. Alexander Hamilton's gravesite is near the fence so I got to see it.

Visit historical sites in NYC, including the oldest pizzeria, restaurant, bar, museum, building, roller coaster, hot dog stand and more.

The Oldest Stuff in New York City

Plus a tiny little bit of New Jersey. Because a day without Hamilton (or "Hamilton") is like a day without sunshine. Or the treasury department. Stopping at Hamilton Grange, the Weehawken Dueling Grounds, Hamilton Hall, and more.

Because a day without Hamilton (or "Hamilton") is like a day without sunshine. Or the treasury department. Stopping at Hamilton Grange, the Weehawken Dueling Grounds, Hamilton Hall, and more.

Book your adventure -  If you have seen or planning to see the Hamilton Broadway Show, you will love this tour! Tour the New York Financial District in Lower Manhattan and see where Alexander Hamilton lived, worked, went to church and dinner. Get to know the man, his wife, children and other woman in his life.  Many of the streets in the New York Financial District have remained unchanged for the past 200 years.  Walk the

Hamilton and Burr Walking Tour in New York City, USA

Walking the Walk in Hamilton’s Old Stomping Grounds - NYTimes.com

Walking the Walk in Hamilton’s Old Stomping Grounds

Jimmy Napoli, a New York City tour guide and Alexander Hamilton expert, is leading a new tour focusing on his favorite founding father.

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