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Reviewed 9 June 2024

This church is amazing! The architecture, location, and history make this a must see. Alexander Hamilton is buried here. When visiting lower Manhattan I highly recommend seeing Trinity Church!

Date of experience: June 2024
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Reviewed 2 June 2024

I was so glad to spend some time walking through the church sanctuary and grounds. There’s a security check as you enter, but it doesn’t take too long. (You do want to be mindful of worship service schedule to time your visit.) As you exit the cemetery, there is a sign indicating where some of the graves are that visitors like to see, and the path is easy to navigate. We did not do an official tour and were a little irritated by outside tour groups who tried to rush us through the paths if we were in front of them. We managed to get them to pass us so we could linger. There are lots of photo spots. Unfortunately, we did not see any National Treasure clues.

Date of experience: May 2024
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Reviewed 31 May 2024 via mobile

Such a respite after Wall Street! The grounds and building are beautiful! We couldn’t go in do to an ongoing church service for members.

Date of experience: May 2024
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Reviewed 17 April 2024

WOW -- such a beautiful church and amazing that there is no cost to tour. The stained glass windows are gorgeous and we were fortunate enough to get to hear one of the clergy practicing on the organ and that wqs FAB!! The church and adjoining rooms, have some beautiful paintings, sculptures, etc. - not to mention the outside graveyard lets you see Alexander, Eliza, and Phillip Hamilton’s resting place. I definitely recommend stopping in Trinity Church the next time you are near Wall Street and the 9/11 memorial.

Date of experience: April 2024
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Reviewed 12 April 2024

Historically significant and beautiful Episcopalian church that sits in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan at the intersection of Wall St and Broadway. This is the third version of Trinity Church with the original built on this site in 1697. The current church was completed in 1846. Amazingly it was the tallest building in the United States until 1869 and remained the tallest building in New York City until 1890. Its cemetery is the final resting place for many famous figures from history, most notably Alexander Hamilton. His grave can be easily spotted along Rector Street.

Date of experience: May 2023
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