A founding father’s Harlem home.
Alexander Hamilton created the tools for the success of the United States. From the humble beginnings as an orphan from 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.
Alexander Hamilton: An American Visionary
Hamilton Grange will present a special screening of the 120 minute PBS film “Alexander Hamilton” on Dec 14th and 21st, at 1p.m. Limited Seating.Read More
Alexander Hamilton needs your help!
We have a current need for volunteers to work in our Visitor Center. If you are a people person consider working in our Visitor Center.Read More
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Attention all Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts!
Earn your Scout Ranger or Girl Scout Ranger awards by visiting us and other NPS sites.Read More
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.Read More
An atypical story of an American forefather.
Born on an obscure Caribbean island, a penniless Alexander Hamilton emigrated to America. He went on to help design our nation's monetary system.Read More
Did You Know?
Alexander’s portrait appears on the ten-dollar bill. He is one of only two non-presidents to have his face on American currency notes. The other is Benjamin Franklin, who appears on the one-hundred-dollar bill