Alexander Hamilton's New York

  • Walk on the streets where Alexander Hamilton walked and learn of the intriguing events of his time. While strolling through NYC’s Financial District, we will visit sites associated with Alexander Hamilton during the 18th century. Through storytelling and photos, Hamilton’s neighborhood will be brought back to life.


  • Important landmarks and sites such as the  Meal Market, Tontine Coffee House, Merchant Coffee House, Hanover Square, Fraunces Tavern, Bowling Green, 26 and 39 Broadway, 57 and 40 Wall Street, Federal Hall National Memorial, Bowling Green, 57 Maiden Lane (Room where it happened) St. Paul’s Church and Trinity Church.


  • Stories of Hamilton’s Childhood -- his hardships, sufferings he endured on his path to glory, as well as his incredible achievements leading up to his move to New York City in 1772.


  • A discussion about The American Revolution and the toll New York paid for Independence during the war. See how Hamilton rose from Captain of an artillery company to the right hand of Washington himself.


  • A visit to Federal Hall NM to learn about the Federalist Period and the creation of the Federal Government of the United States.


  • The full scoop about the Hamilton and Burr Duel and the 15 year feud between the two men.