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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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During my last trip to NYC, my Hamilton obsessed sister insisted that we stop by here just to see Hamilton's grave. The church itself is beautiful, and certainly has a lot of history behind it. It was weirdly kind of fun to be able to...More
Trinity church is worth a visit, tucked away in downtown Manhattan, very traditional American style church and pleasant inside, but the main reason for our visit while wandering around was to visit Alexander Hamilton grave.
One of my daughters is a massive Hamilton musical fan, so she was delighted to unexpectedly visit the church graves & see Alexander, Philip & Eliza’s graves. We searched for Angelica’s but unfortunately couldn’t find it. This was a NY trip highlight for her and...More
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.
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Essex World Cafe (0 Replies)
We're going to do Brooklyn Bridge, then Trinity Church and then 9/11 Tribute Center tour. I was looking at restaurants as we walk between the church & the tribute center. I came across Essex World Cafe. I figure we'll be there around 1:30/1:45. Has anyone been there? How was it? How busy was it?
January 21, 2014|
2 weeks at Thanksgiving - Itinerary Check (18 Replies)
Hello TA Universe! I’d love some feedback on our proposed itinerary. We’re a couple in our early 30s who will be spending 2 glorious weeks in NYC! We arrive the evening before Thanksgiving and this will be my 4th trip and my partner’s 2nd. We’ve never been during the holiday season before! We’re staying in Clifton, NJ with friends so have tried not to start our days too early (where possible) so that we have time to travel into the city. We’ve also tried not to have too much packed into...More
September 06, 2018|
Are you staying near the train station in Clifton? I remember someone a few months ago that was staying in Clifton, believe it could have been you? I say that because using the bus will be time consuming as traffic is an issue and the holiday week only adds to the volume on the roads. You need to allow more time between attractions. It takes time to get from point a to point b. An Uber from East Rutherford to Brooklyn will be ridiculously expensive, bad choice.
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Churches/Cathedrals (17 Replies)
Hi, I've decided I'd like to visit at least one big church or cathedral on my visit in June, Thinking Trinity church, grace church, st patricks cathedral, and st john the devine, was wondering if any of these currently have major rennovation going on? (nothing ruins a church visit more than a load of scaffolding!) Thanks!
May 08, 2015|
Response fromBill H|
St. Pat's is currently undergoing interior renovation with scaffolding blocking the area east of the crossing.