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Ticket Info:
Free Admission.

Mon.-Fri. 9am- 530pm, Sat.-Sun. 9am-345pm

When to Go:
Year round.

Age Restriction:
All ages are welcome.

Nearest Transit:
Rector St (1) Wall St (4, 5) Rector St (N, R)

Trinity Church Quick Facts

  • Rich with history, the Trinity Church was originally constructed in 1698 and burned down during the Revolutionary War in 1776. The current structure has been there since 1846.
  • Explore NYC history at the Trinity Church museum which displays all sorts of important documents, photos, diaries and artifacts.
  • The Trinity Graveyard is the final resting place of such luminaries as founding father Alexander Hamilton.
  • Seeing live music is one of the most fun things to do in NYC, and this is one of the NYC churches that is notable for musical performances.

74 Trinity Place
New York, US

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Features: Discover NYC's fascinating history by visiting Trinity Church, one of the oldest NYC churches still in operation. In addition to services and notable musical performances, Trinity Church is also the site of an intriguing museum, as well as a centuries old graveyard which is the final resting place of some of the founding fathers.

Why We Go: Getting in touch with the past is one of the most interesting things to do in NYC, and Trinity Church is a great place to discover NYC's roots.

  • Fascinating Exhibits: Get a feel for how New Yorkers lived hundreds of years ago by perusing the collections of documents, diaries, photos, sermons and burial records that are on display in the Trinity Church Museum.
  • Eerie Cemetery: Alexander Hamilton and other public figures who played an important role in the nation's founding and New York history are buried in the Trinity Churchyard.
  • Music Performances: Despite being originally constructed in the 17th centuryTrinity Church is still an active church, and it puts on many music performances and festivals of secular and religious music that many visitors to this famous NYC church throughout the year.

Inside Knowledge: Pack a picnic and enjoy a serene lunch in the lush green Trinity Churchyard. Secure a seat on the steps of the Soldier's Monument, which is a tribute to Revolutionary War soldiers who were held prisoner in NYC. Get some sightseeing in NYC under your belt while enjoying lunch when the weather is nice!

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Explore the Museum: Touring a museum is one of the most popular things to do in NYC, and the Trinity Church Museum has exhibits focusing on New York City's important role in the nation's history.
  • Do Bring the Kids: Older kids will find the educational hands-on exhibits at the museum interesting, and the graveyard is a cool place to walk through at every age.
  • Don't Forget About Music Performances: Seeing a concert as another of the best things to do in NYC, and the ones put on at the Trinity Church will delight fans of classical music as well as fans of organ and church music.
  • Don't Overlook the Details: The beautiful bronze doors at Trinity's entrance are engraved with biblical scenes, and the stained glass windows are considered to be the oldest in the United States.