Many people walk by without knowing the historical significance of this building. George Washington took the oath of office here and kicked off a tradition that carries on to this day.
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Great free George Washington Museum in the Big Apple. Great architecture and ceilings so if you are in the area check it you you may actually learn something.
An amazing building with a big dome ceiling just inside the entrance . Off this are five rooms which show various aspects of George washing tons time as President. I thought the models were very interesting and was glad to have gone in- it is...More
Such a cool spot to visit and learn about both NYC and the USA. The tour is free and so informative. Very kid friendly.
My wife and I took in some of the sights and sounds that were walking distance from our hotel. Federal Hall's location held the original building which served as New York's City Hall and later the capitol building of the United States during its infancy....More
The original Federal Hall was demolished in 1812. The only remaining part where George Washington was made President is the original balcony which is inside the building. Many people stand outside taking photos of the Washington statue, but few seem to walk inside. You are...More
Not far away from Wall Street is a nice building example of neoclasical style and you will fin it on your way to the Stock Market. Difficult to take a picture son don´t forget you angular lenses
Not much to see here, but worth dropping by as you pass through the Wall Street area and Lower Manhattan. Here George Washington was swore in as President as I recall. You won't spend more than a few minutes here, but why not do that...More