The National Parks of New York Harbor includes 23 unique destinations, all of them easy to reach by subway, car or ferry.
Below are links for videos about Hamilton Grange National Memorial.
Alexander Hamilton was known as an energetic man who never stopped moving. But why has the home of this founding father moved twice in 200 years?
The man on the $10 bill—soldier, statesman, economic visionary—built a home in northern Manhattan that showcases his own imagination and attention to detail.
Our neighbor and friend of the park, writer and star of the Broadway musical "In the Heights," Lin-Manuel Miranda performs "The Hamilton Mixtape" at the White House Evening of Poetry, Music, and the Spoken Word on May 12, 2009. Accompanied by Alex Lacamoire. He's written more on Hamilton, and promises big things to come!
The Ranger Stories podcast series, presented by The National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy, offers an insider's look at the national parks that ring New York Harbor. Listen to stories about the national parks—and the landscapes and history they preserve—from the park rangers who know them best.
Park historian, Steve Laise, discusses Alexander Hamilton, the immigrant who shaped America, in the podcast, "Alexander Hamilton's Unlikely Rise".
Did You Know?
Hamilton took his nephew Philip Schuyler Church as his aide de camp, Church went on to be a founding member of the Erie Canal and Erie Railroad.