Tour the Gallatin House
Self-guided tour: The portions of the house from the Gallatin era are open to the public. The rooms they contain exhibits and some furnishings relating to the period of Gallatin's life when the addition was built.
Did You Know?
Albert Gallatin remained active after retiring from the government. In 1831, at age seventy, he was named president of the new National Bank of New York. He served on the council that established New York University in 1831. He founded the American Ethnological Society in 1842, at age eighty-one.