Trinity Church is located in Lower Manhattan on the top of Wall Street where Broadway connects. This church building is one of the first examples of Neo-Gothic architecture in the United States. The graveyard contains some of the oldest graves in the city. The graves and memorials include many historic figures such as Alexander Hamilton, on the ten-dollar bill, William Bradford, and Robert Fulton. The oldest stone belongs to little Richard Churcher, a Dutch boy who died in 1681. You can pick up a churchyard guide inside the church and explore the graveyard. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Fraunces Tavern Museum, Staten Island Ferry, Battery Park, St. Paul’s Chapel, Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, Museum of Jewish Heritage, National Museum of the American Indian, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Skyscraper Museum, Battery Park City, Federal Hall National Memorial, and Bowling Green Bull.
A landmark Episcopal church at Broadway and Wall streets. Includes information on congregational life, music, Trinity Television, archives and museum.
The graves and memorials include many historic figures such as Alexander Hamilton.
Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel are five blocks apart, connected by Broadway and are the nation’s most historic churches.
The Trinity Museum hosts a number of special exhibitions
Monday – Friday: 9am – 5:30pm (closed during the 12:05 Service)
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 3:45pm
Location: Broadway at Wall Street