Trinity Church

75 Broadway, New York City

4.5
Trinity Church is a historic parish church in the Episcopal Diocese of New York located near the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway in the lower Manhattan section of New York City, New York. Known for both its location and endowment, Trinity is a traditional high church, with an active parish centered around the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion in missionary, outreach, and fellowship.
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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Mon

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Tue

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Wed

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Thu

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Fri

    08:00 - 18:00

  • Sat

    08:00 - 18:00

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Reviews

  • Erin Binney

    5
    - 25 August 2018 -

    Everyone should make it a spot to check out when they’re in New York. Simply stunning and gorgeous, so much history, Alexander Hamilton’s resting place. Really a cool experience and feel

  • Sophia Mian

    3
    - 07 July 2018 -

    Beautiful architecture. Nice service. However, I could not get someone to call me back for a private matter. I called several times and left msgs. Maybe they are just too busy as this is a prime tourist spot.

  • Pri T

    5
    - 01 July 2018 -

    Amazing beautiful historical place. They only down side is that is is directly off Wall Street so it’s kinda noisy, but in side the church it’s very peaceful. Some historical people I know of that were buried here are Alexander Hamilton, Eliza Schuyler, Angelica Schuyler, and Philip Schuyler.

  • Tommy G

    5
    - 30 June 2018 -

    This is an awesome church tucked in the middle of Town I just happened to stumble across this place and learn a little bit about its history and it was very interesting to know this place has also been in a couple of movies it also has a cemetery on both sides and even a few more plots tucked in around and under the church this is an amazing place you should see if you're in town and have a couple hours to kill there are some very well-known buried here this place goes way back it is very interesting to look at the Tombstones as many of them are from the 1700 and 1800 hundreds it is very easy to spend a good couple of hours or so here they do close at 6 and it is also free when I was here they were doing interior renovation so you could not go inside the church if I'm ever back in town I would definitely stop here just to look at the inside and walk around in a few more times very interesting place enjoy yourself

  • Nick Mayer

    5
    - 26 June 2018 -

    Beautiful church and grounds. Most of inside was closed off for repairs/renovations, but the chapel you could see is beautiful. Cemetery on the grounds is surreal, the history there is amazing. Saw graves for Revolutionary War veterans. Graves date from all centuries of our country (minus possibly the 20th and 21st).

  • Noel Houghton

    4
    - 09 June 2018 -

    Such history! Currently undergoing asbestos abatement so nave is closed. Small chapel open. Cemetery is lovely and some graves are marked for significant historical figures. I love the toll of the clock tower bells!

  • Kathryn Broze

    5
    - 06 May 2018 -

    Beautiful church inside. The cemetery is a great place to walk around and see the amazing people who are buried there (including Alexander Hamilton, Eliza and Angelica Schuyler, Philip Hamilton, and more). There was a children's choir singing the national anthem in the courtyard - made for a wonderful experience all around.

  • david mitchell

    5
    - 22 April 2018 -

    This is perhaps the most delightful church in all of Manhattan . In particular it is well framed by the walkway through to the NYSE. It also serves as a great reference point when navigating around the whole Wall Street and 9/11 area. We were lucky to pass this church on a Saturday afternoon as a wedding was coming out.

  • Jon Goetz

    5
    - 17 April 2018 -

    This place is full of the holy spirit...and the spirits of many dead people. Old churches are cool. Old cemeteries are cool. This place is a combination of both. Double cool.

  • Dave Williams

    5
    - 02 April 2018 -

    Absolutely magnificent how it seems submerged by the surrounding modern buildings We were visiting and almost missed it, and possibly would have, if not for a kind passerby that overheard we were looking for it! The graves outside and around the church are a MUST see! Inside is breathtaking. This was the highlight of my 14 yr. old daughters trip to NYC.

  • jiresell

    - 24 November 2016 -

    There are some famous people buried here!

  • Andy ⚓

    - 27 January 2014 -

    Find the riddle

  • Katherine Corson

    - 09 December 2013 -

    Look for the coded tombstone of Richard Churcher.

  • Adriana Larrain

    - 22 October 2013 -

    As of October 2013, no zombies. Pretty mellow

  • Jimena M C

    - 05 September 2013 -

    Conectada a Wi fi en el cementerio!

  • Hamilton Alumni

    - 04 September 2012 -

    Alexander Hamilton and his wife Elizabeth were buried on the south side of Trinity Church

  • Julie McMahon

    - 03 August 2012 -

    The perfect place to sit and eat your lunch.

  • Museum of American Finance

    - 12 July 2012 -

    Trinity Church cemetery is Alexander Hamilton’s final resting place. Hamilton's legacy as a financial founding father can be explored in the MoAF's main gallery and the “Alexander Hamilton Room.”

  • NYHistory

    - 17 February 2012 -

    Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and several other important figures from the American Revolution are buried here. Find out more about their lives at the New-York Historical Society Museum!

  • Rita L

    - 30 January 2012 -

    Rita descansa en paz

Trinity Church tours

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World Trade Center Tour with Optional 9/11 Museum Ticket

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Boston Freedom Trail Day Trip from New York

See the historical sights and famous universities of the Boston area on this full-day trip from New York City. After a scenic drive through Connecticut, arrive in Boston, Massachusetts. See top Boston attractions including Harvard University, Trinity Church and the site of the Boston Tea Party. Follow...

Full-Day NYC Small-Group Tour

Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind big apple experience. On this full day guided tour, enjoy an authentic New York experience. With a small group (less than 15 people) you will be able to move fast and see more. Walk, subway and ferry to see New York’s “Must See” attractions in one...

NYC Highlights Small-Group Tour

Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind Big Apple experience. On this half-day guided tour, enjoy an authentic New York experience. With a small group (less than 15 people) you will be able to move fast and see more. Walk, subway and ferry to see New York’s “Must See” attractions in one...

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Explore New York City's most popular attractions with this guided, full-day, riding and walking tour in their private bus. Visit the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, and many more, all with skip-the-line access through a timed-reservation process. Maximizing time on tours makes the...

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