<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1853655394945282&ev=PageView&noscript=1" /><img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=173243596413461&ev=PageView&noscript=1" />
NYC - The Official Guide

Hamilton Grange National Memorial

Advertisement

Founding Father Alexander Hamilton came to New York in 1772 at age 17 to study at King’s College (now Columbia University) and later commissioned architect John McComb Jr. to design a country home on his 32 acres in Upper Manhattan. The home was completed in 1802, two years before Hamilton’s death, and named The Grange after Hamilton’s grandfather’s estate in Scotland. The Grange stayed in the Hamilton family for 30 years, later changing hands and even locations, and was ultimately designated a national landmark in 1960. Today, visitors can see Hamilton’s home in St. Nicholas Park, where many of the original features remain, along with a permanent exhibition gallery highlighting the major events in his life.


| feet

,

More info
414 West 141st Street
New York, NY 10031
  646-548-2310

Nearest Subways

A
B
C
D
145th St
B
C
135th St
+ More Subway Lines
A
C
B
D
Get Directions

Happening Here



Attractions
Historic Sites & Landmarks
Historic Sites
Museums and Galleries
Culture & History
History
New York History

Happening Here

Tours & Tickets

Featured Articles

NYC Activities with Teens

More In Museums & Galleries


Advertisement

You May Also Like

Museums & Galleries
9/11 Memorial & Museum

More Info

Attractions
Langston Hughes House

More Info

From Our Partners

Advertisement