My wife and I love to visit National Parks whenever we travel. Our trip to New York City was no different. The Hamilton Grange National Memorial tells the story of Alexander Hamilton from his birth in the Caribbean to his death by dueling. The introductory movie and the very knowledgeable park rangers made the visit memorable. The house - although moved two times - was in great condition. Parking can be a problem. There's no parking lot, so you're forced to find street parking in a mixed residential/retail area of town. Make sure you check which days they are open. We originally went on a Tuesday, only to find out they're closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. It's also popular with school trips. Might be better to visit in the afternoons.