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Hamilton's New York

Experience the true details and life of this favorite Founding Father

  • 2 hr 30 min
  • 200 US dollars
  • Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, New York NY

Service Description

Most people’s knowledge of Alexander Hamilton was that fatal duel with Aaron Burr until Lin Manuel Miranda decided to feature him in what may be the best musical of the 21st Century. He is now the most popular Founding Father with everyone wanting to know the little details of his life in Lower Manhattan. Come join Brad as you walk through the streets where Hamilton lived, worked, revolted and was laid to rest. Also learn the truth between the play’s theatrical presentation and the real facts of his life and death. Some of the places you will visit: - The place where George Washington read the Declaration of Independence for the first time - The “Room Where It Happened” - The place where Hamilton and Burr collaborated in America’s first murder trial - Where Hamilton and the “Sons of Liberty” tore down a statue of King George - The place of a meeting Hamilton and Burr attended a few days before the duel - The Church where Hamilton, friends and family are buried


Contact Details

brad@nyhistorytours.com


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