Alexander Hamilton Private Tour

See where Alexander Hamilton lived, worked, went to church and dinner. Get to know the man, his wife, children and other woman in his life.
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About Our Alexander Hamilton Tour

In-depth tour of the life and legacy of Alexander Hamilton.  If you like the musical Hamilton, you will LOVE this tour.

Who would enjoy this tour? Anyone interested in Alexander Hamilton and American history.

Hamilton is the architect of the US Financial System.

See Trinity Church and visit the graves of Hamilton and his wife Elizabeth.

This tour focus on the New York that was here during the American Revolutionary war and visits places where Hamilton lived, went to work and out to diner.

On our Alexander Hamilton Private tour you will learn:

  • Three years before the American Revolution, Alexander Hamilton was an illegitimate orphan working in the Virgin Islands as a merchant’s clerk.

  • He comes to New York with very little and through luck and brainpower becomes a hero of the American Revolution

  • Hamilton is the architect of the US financial system

  • Under President Washington, the most powerful man in the United States.

  • He studied at Columbia University, then located in Lower Manhattan.

  • Get the inside scoop on how he  was involved in the first sex scandal in American history.

  • Alexander Hamilton died a spectacular death — shot by the Vice President of the United States!

Tour Stops

  • Includes places where his friends, such as George Washington, Aaron Burr, Thomas Jefferson lived

  • Federal Hall, Trinity Church

  • Hamilton’s Grave

  • Fraunces Tavern

  • Stone Street

    This tour excludes 911 Memorial and World Trade Center areas, as it did not exist during the 1700s.

    But if you are planning to also visit there, we can easily reroute the tour to end there or close to the Memorial.

Alexander Hamilton Private Tour

Group rates start at $300 and more depending on the size of your group.  Check out our Groups Tour Pages 

It’s your tour – any day and time you like

Tours are approximately 90 minutes – 2 hours minutes long

Make sure to use the bathroom before the tour as there are no bathroom stops during the tour.

There are also bathrooms available at the end of the tour.

Check our handy maps of Food and Bathrooms

 

Tour Start: 57 Wall Street is the tour start

Tour ends: at the Fraunces Tavern, where Hamilton frequently went for dinner or drinks.

We also meet private tours at the subway or tour bus stop.  We work it out with every group.

Tour takes place rain or shine.

 

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. We walk on uneven roads, cobblestones and go up and down stairs

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Tour Testimonials

“I joined a highly-informative Wall Street Walks tour of Hamilton-related sites led by Annaline.  We ended up raising a toast to his legacy in the 18th-century Fraunces Tavern where he used to hang out. I would suggest you do the same next time you’re in the Big Apple”

Mary M

“Excellent tour.  ,Marie is so knowledgeable she makes Hamilton come to life on the streets of lower Manhattan. Highly recommend this tour for anyone visitors as well as native New Yorkers.”

SJG

“What an eye-opening, fact-dense tour you provided Mary and me on that chilly gray Monday.  You sure do know how to make history warm and intriguing in any weather!. Thank you again and again for your expertise and obvious delight in your subject.  We couldn’t help being charmed!

Rose G

A very well presented history lesson in the rain.  Chris made this experience only second to “Hamilton the Musical” in the four day visit for me and my son.” Tell Chris thanks again.”

Serv .R

“This walking tour was exceptional! Our tour guide truly loves what she does, and it shows! She is extremely knowledgeable and answered everyone’s questions and then some without even a pause.“

Lissa

“My wife and I had tour leader Annaline all to ourselves for our 90 minute tour of Alexander Hamilton’s haunts in lower Manhattan. Annaline was extremely knowledgeable and shared stories and insights as she took us to Federal Hall, Trinity Church (where Hamilton and his wife Eliza are buried), Fraunces Tavern, and other historic sites from Hamilton’s life. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who wants to walk in the footsteps of Hamilton and bring history alive in the canyons of New York.”

Harris B

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