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Hamilton Grange National Memorial

  • 414 W. 141st St. Map It
  • Harlem
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Published 01/10/2017

Fodor's Review

Founding father Alexander Hamilton and his wife raised eight kids in this Federal-style country home, which he called his "sweet project." Located on Hamilton's 32 acres, the Grange, named after his father's childhood home in Scotland, has moved three times since it was built in 1802. It now stands in St. Nicholas Park and gives a lesson in Hamilton's life, from his illegitimate birth in the West Indies and his appointment as the nation's first Secretary of the Treasury to his authorship on The Federalist Papers and his death following a duel with Vice President Aaron Burr. The house's ground floor, formerly servants' quarters, hosts an interactive exhibit that includes a short film on Hamilton's life. Upstairs a parlor, study, dining room, and two guest rooms are open to view; note the beautiful piano, which belonged to his daughter Angelica.

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414 W. 141st St., between St. Nicholas and Convent Aves., New York, New York, 10031, USA

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  • Free

Published 01/10/2017


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