Where: Hamilton Grange National Memorial
141st Street between St. Nicholas and Convent Avenues, New York, NY 10031
When: Sunday, May 8, 2016, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Details: Hamilton Grange was the first and only home Alexander Hamilton ever owned. Built in 1802, the entire house has since been moved twice. Beautifully restored and open for visitors, the Grange is complete with actual pieces from the family’s estate. You’ll start the tour at its original site at 143rd St, moving on to its second home a block away, then finally to its current location at Saint Nicholas Park. The tour ends with an open house of the Grange, where you can see inside the stunning home for yourself. Why did Hamilton call the Grange his “Sweet Project?” Why—and how—was the whole house moved…twice? What was life like for one of the most dynamic figures in American history? Find out with the Hamilton Rangers!
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