A Founding Father's Uptown Estate

Merchant’s clerk, Revolutionary War soldier, first Secretary Treasury of the United States: Alexander Hamilton’s life is memorialized at The Grange, the home he built on a country estate in uptown Manhattan. A faithful testament to early American architecture, it stands today as a tribute to its first owner’s many accomplishments.

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Planning Your Visit? Start here!

Use this guide to plan your visit to Hamilton Grange National Memorial!

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Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of Hamilton Grange National Memorial.

The Grange, elevated on hydraulics, is wheeled down 141st street as a man stands in front of it.
A Monumental Move

How do you move a nearly 300-ton house?

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Alexander Hamilton

Get to know the first Secretary of the Treasury, who commissioned the Grange in 1800.

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The Hamilton-Burr Duel

Learn more about the infamous duel that ended Hamilton's life.

Last updated: December 20, 2023

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