This museum-wide celebration of America's most popular Founding Father celebrates the life and achievments of Alexander Hamilton as well as his role in shaping the new nation. Among the highlights: an exhibit that features Hamilton's desk, the tall case clock that Hamilton presented to the Bank of New York in 1797 and life-size bronze statues of Hamilton and Burr in the middle of their duel. The summer also features a special July 4 lineup of programming and pay-what-you-wish Hamilton Fridays full of family programming including screenings of the movies that inspired Lin-Manuel Miranda's writing of Hamilton. For more information and the full schedule of programming, visit nyhistory.org.
The New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park WestManhattan, NY 10024