A Special Use Permit is required for any activity that provides a benefit to an individual, group, or organization, rather than to the park or the public at large. Many of the events that require permits also require some degree of oversight from National Park Service staff.
First Amendment Activities
We encourage citizens to exercise rights guaranteed by the Constitution. However, the courts have recognized that activities associated with the exercise of these rights may be reasonably regulated to protect the public and park resources. Therefore, such activities require Special Use Permits, and National Park Service staff may regulate the time, place, and manner in which they are conducted. Some examples are:
Commercial Filming/Photography Application Form
A permit is required for any filming or photography done by photojournalists and other members of the media within the boundary of Hamilton Grange National Memorial.
For more information regarding special use, commercial filming, and/or short term leasing at Hamilton Grange National Memorial, contact the Special Use Permits Coordinator at (212) 825-6990.
Inquiries can also be made via email to e-mail us.
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