Some of Manhattan’s most beautiful architecture exists in this culturally drenched Harlem neighborhood. Visit the house originally inhibited by Alexander Hamilton in the late 1790’s. This part of Northern Manhattan is called Sugar Hill, due to the fact that historically, this is where the moneyed class lived. Life is said to be sweet on Sugar Hill. Some of Harlem’s most celebrated heroes and heroines have resided in this area: W.E.B DuBois, Walter White, Paul Robeson, Count Basie, Malcolm X, Ralph Ellison, Adam C. Powell Sr. and Eulalie Spence. The atmosphere of Sugar Hill/Hamilton is breath taking – come and take a cultural bath in Upper Manhattan.
|Time:||1:00 PM – 3:00 PM|
|Price:||$25.00 Per Person – $20.00 Per Person for groups of 15 or more.|
|Meet:||141st Street & Convent Ave., on northeast corner in front of Alexander Hamilton Grange. A, B, C, D trains arrive to 145 & St. Nicholas Ave. – walk west to Convent Ave., and then south to 141st Street.|