Currently, there are four permanent displays inside Federal Hall:
- The George Washington Inaugural Bible on display in the Inaugural Gallery on the first floor.
- The Inaugural Balcony slab on display at the east end of the rotunda.
- A Printing Press and information about how the trial of newspaperman John Peter Zenger led to the American conception of freedom of the press (now media).
- The Portrait Gallery featuring paintings of George Washington and Alexander Hamilton as well as a display showing the restoration of Hamilton Grange National Memorial on its new site in St. Nicholas Park in Harlem.