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Trinity Church, New York City

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#7 of 116 in Historic Sites in New York City
Religious Site · Architectural Building
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A pillar of the community in lower Manhattan, Trinity Church has played an integral part in New York history from the Revolutionary War to present day. In 1698 Capt. William Kidd gave the runner and tackle from his ship to the builders for hoisting during construction.The church was rebuilt twice before the final reconstruction was completed in 1846. Admire the bronze doors and 23 bells, which reflect the rich patronage the church has received throughout the years. See the burial place of Alexander Hamilton and other famed New Yorkers in the cemetery. Near the burial grounds, you can also visit the tree sculpture commemorating those lost on 9/11. The church is still active with services and a full music program. Put Trinity Church into our New York City online trip itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in New York City.
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  • This church is beautiful! The staff around the grounds were super friendly ( we met Brandon). We enjoyed seeing the final resting places of Alexander Hamilton, Angelica Schuyler and Hercules Mulligan. 
    This church is beautiful! The staff around the grounds were super friendly ( we met Brandon). We enjoyed seeing the final resting places of Alexander Hamilton, Angelica Schuyler and Hercules Mulligan.  more »
  • One of the oldest Episcopal churches in NYC founded in 1698. The architecture woodwork and stained glass windows are awesome. Alexander Hamilton and Robert Fulton are among those buried in the... 
    One of the oldest Episcopal churches in NYC founded in 1698. The architecture woodwork and stained glass windows are awesome. Alexander Hamilton and Robert Fulton are among those buried in the...  more »
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  • Only open for visits to churchgoers on Sunday which means you are also not able to walk the grounds immediately surrounding the historic church except for Sundays. Worth visiting any day of the week. The exterior reliefs, stained glass and view of the grounds through the wrought iron fence is worth the effort.
  • We didn't go into the church but just perused the graveyard. It was a really cool experience to see the history and think about the life some people may have lead. Coming from the west we don't have as much history that goes back this far so it was cool to see.

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