Thursday, December 6, 2018

Hamilton Grange

Hamilton Grange is Alexander Hamilton's home in Harlem. Hamilton lived in the Grange for about two years before his death.
The home is now a museum run by NPS and is open to the public for free from 9am to 5pm Wednesday through Sunday.

the front door of the house
the current entrance is on the side to the basement

a replica of Alexander Hamilton's writing desk

basement level is a museum

entrance and gift shop

the approximate original location of Hamilton Grange

the second location of Hamilton Grange, in the empty space next to St Luke's Episcopal Church

How to get there:
Take the A, C, B, D train to 145th St station and walk down to 141st St.