The Life of Alexander Hamilton
The Life of Alexander Hamilton 2
Origins of New York Walking Tour 3

The Life of Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton was a real New Yorker. Immigrant, broke when he got here, worked hard, lived in multiple neighborhoods, spoke his mind, always hustling for a better job, and knew he was better than everyone else. You can trace his life through the streets of Manhattan. From the only house he owned in Harlem, to where he worked as the Secretary of Treasury in the Financial District. His widow Eliza lived in a townhouse in East Village which still stands and there are traces of Aaron Burr, the “damn fool that shot Hamilton”, all over the borough. See the spot of the original building where Hamilton, Jefferson and Madison negotiated the Compromise of 1790 (“room where it happened”) and the university where he got a scholarship (not where he punched the bursar). This tour is a must for any Hamilton fan, history buff or anyone who wants to be cool at the next cocktail or tea party.

Offered Year Round

Duration: 5-Hours
Start Time: Flexible
Meeting Location: Flexible
Activity Level: Easy

Program Includes

  • Ride in comfort in our luxury vehicles with professional drivers and bottled water
  • Experience the city and the significant sites in the Hamilton’s life along with your savvy local guide
  • Door to door service and flexible timing (additional charge for outside of Manhattan)
  • Driver gratuity included (guide gratuity is not included)
  • 24-hour support phone number

Please contact us for pricing information.