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The front of the Grange, a yellow house with white shutters, in front of lush pink-flowered bushes.
Hamilton Grange National Memorial preserves the only home of founding father Alexander Hamilton.

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It's Quiet Uptown...

The Grange is believed to be the only home Alexander Hamilton ever owned. Over the years, it has been an investment for a real estate speculator, a foreclosed property, a chapel, and a National Memorial. The building has been moved twice. But it has always remained an integral part of the Harlem neighborhood, changing as New York City changed around it. Today, it stands on a hill in Harlem's St. Nicholas park, a vestige of New York's deep and storied past.

Access and Tours

Please note that at this time, there is no indoor access to Hamilton Grange National Memorial, and tours are suspended. Please check this website for updated information on tours, availability, and times in the future.

 
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Operating Hours and Seasons

Click here to learn more about operations at Hamilton Grange National Memorial.

Junior Rangers at The Grange

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Hamilton Grange is seeking Junior Rangers of all ages!

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Directions and Transportation

Find out how to get to Hamilton Grange National Memorial.

Last updated: November 4, 2021

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414 West 141st Street
New York , NY 10031

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