Sugar Hill raised historical figures including Babe Ruth and Duke Ellington, with some of the best-preserved architecture in Manhattan.
Wooden houses are rare in Manhattan due to an 1866 construction ban but you can still find a few rare and charming wooden houses that have survived.
Learn more about a scandalous Hamilton heir and the shocking courtroom drama that was splashed across front pages from coast to coast.
Some say that the Battle of Harlem Heights, fought in 1776, changed the course of the Revolutionary War.
Today, the greater Harlem area is split into three distinct sections: West, Central, and East Harlem. From containing the only remaining cast-iron watchtower left in the city to serving as the home for some of the country’s most influential cultural and artistic institutions dedicated to conserving the work of Black Americans, Harlem has much for us all to discover. Read to learn more about Harlem's legacy on New York City.
In Weehawken, New Jersey at dawn, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr met with their guns drawn for a duel 217 years ago today.
Hamilton Grange, built in 1802 by Alexander Hamilton, is now a National Memorial. Theater and history fanatics alike can visit the home.
A Brooklyn writer has put together a book on real life locations featured in Hamilton: The Musical in the guide "Where Was the Room Where It Happened?"
Uncover the secrets of your favorite NYC locations and discover off-limits sites this week with a behind-the-scenes Untapped Cities tour!
Go inside the historic home of founding father Alexander Hamilton to explore period decorated rooms and learn about Hamilton family life in 19th century NYC!