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Trinity Church Wall Street is embarking upon a two-year rejuvenation project to enhance the overall worship experience, make spaces accessible and welcoming, upgrade technology and infrastructure, and address deferred maintenance. As a result...more
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We had just come back from seeing the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. We'd stopped by the Charging Bull statue and were on our way to the 9/11 Memorial when we came across this church. I knew the name was familiar and a quick...More
There are graveyards on both sides of the church. We asked a security guard where Hamilton was, and he told us where we would find his marker. The churchyard is quiet and clean, a lovely spot to visit in the midst of the chaos and...More
I've walked by Trinity Church many times over the years but never took the time to stop by. Since it was Veterans Day I decided to walk around the church and it's cemetery to view the head stones. I've always looked at Veterans Day for...More
Although the lights in the church seemed to be on, we were disappointed to find that the church is closed at the moment for refurbishment. However ,there is fascinating information about the church, and the statue at the entrance to the surrounding graveyard.
Walking past Trinity Church, kids happened to notice the grave of Alexander Hamilton was to their left. As MASSIVE Hamilton fans, this was a completely unexpected find for them and they were thrilled!
Church itself was restricted access due to renovations but they got their...More
It's said that Wall Street has a river at one end and a graveyard at the other. Trinity Church is well worth inspecting, the graveyard contains the resting places of prominent people such as Alexander Hamilton, who died in a duel. The Church is quite...More
I really enjoyed walking through the grounds of Trinty Church. Some of the grave markers were so old, they had cracked and broken. It's amazing to hear the history of the natural disasters the church has survived. Seeing Alexander Hamilton's grave site was a treat...More
I was surprised to discover that Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan is closed for renovations when I stopped by for a visit in October. But its Gothic Revival exterior can be inspected and the lovely Chapel of All Saints behind the church remains open. I...More