A founding father’s Harlem home.

Alexander Hamilton created the tools for the success of the United States. From his humble beginnings as an orphan on the Caribbean island of Nevis, he became George Washington's right-hand man. Come visit Hamilton Grange and find out more about this controversial founder and the country home that he built on his Harlem estate.

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Hamilton and Friends

On February 11, at 6:30 join our friends at the Museum of the City of New York for an exciting panel discussion.

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Share your "American Experience"

Youth age 18 and under are invited to submit short films about their "American experience." Due February 12, 2016.

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Every Kid in a Park

Every Kid in a Park

The "Every Kid in a Park" initiative invites every fourth grader and their family to visit America's public lands for FREE for an entire year!

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Hamilton Grange is moved to St. Nicholas Park.

This house certainly gets around.

'Moving Hamilton's House Across the Street' is a video that explores how this home was moved. It can be seen on the NY Harbor Parks website.

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Scout Rangers

Attention all Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts!

Earn your Scout Ranger or Girl Scout Ranger awards by visiting us and other NPS sites.

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Hamilton Grange at its original location on 143rd. Street.

We don't have a time machine, but we have photos.

Since 1802, Alexander Hamilton's home has gone through changes, just like the city surrounding it. Its current setting is much like the original one.

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Buddy Bison

Buddy Bison

Fuzzy, brown and ready for adventure, Buddy Bison wants to explore America's parks with you.

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