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We're Hamilton fans from Seattle, and I am a graveyard/cemetery nut, so a visit to Trinity Church during our spring break trip to New York was a must-see on our list of sightseeing activities. On a rainy afternoon walking through Wall Street we came to...More
it was nice walking around this church, also through the cemetery and tombstones. also reading about the history of this church brought so much education and learning to me.
try to get inside the sight is beautiful too
Stopped into the cemetery to view the tombstone of Alexander Hamilton, after just finishing a book on his life. The stone is amazing for its 200 years, as well as the surrounding area. Robert Fulton, the steam engine inventor is next door. Would have helped...More
We were very excited to find the grave of Alexander Hamilton when we stopped by to see this beautiful church. Since the cemetery is located on both sides of the church, it took awhile for us to locate his grave because we were on the...More
The beauty is beyond words. You have to stop by to appreciate it. To walk through the graveyard and think of the history was chilling! There was someone preaching while we stopped by and we listened for a while.
What a beautiful and relaxing place, very peaceful walking around the cemetery yard. Every grave with it own uniqueness. Will always recommend for visit. Thanks to the receptionist that help me charge this phone and was able to take a photo to share
Every year for the last four we have started our Christmas with the celebration of 'Twas the Night before Christmas in the "chapel". The celebration starts around 3 in the afternoon. Parking is never a problem as we park in the cemetery.
Inside the vast...More