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Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Free admission
33 Liberty Street, New York, New York, USA, 10045

The Basics

To join the hour-long, family-friendly Museum & Gold Vault tour, reserve your spot 30 days in advance on the New York Fed’s website. Or, consider a Wall Street, Lower Manhattan, or 9/11 Memorial walking tour. These excursions typically pass by the Fed building and discuss finance and neighborhood history.

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New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
$41.34 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Amazing! Informative! Fun! Entertaining!
Excellent experience with Alex our amazing tour guide! I already recommended this to another couple.
Karen_A, Nov 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

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Interesting and informative
Jame_G, Nov 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Specifically enjoyed the stuff we would never notice on our own . Guide wax attentive and informative
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Learn about Hamilton as Father of the US Bank
Michael_S, Oct 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Seeing historical New York that we never seemed to visit before! We walked through Wall Street area and learned about the changing land that is New York. Alex gave a thorough and interesting talk about how New York changed during Hamilton’s time.
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thank you thank you thank you
Patrick_C, Sep 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
I am a history buff and I thought the group leader was awesome. I hope I didn't step on her toes as I was so anxious to go on this tour, some of my questions were premature.
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Very interesting!
Robert_R, Jul 2019
New York City: Financial District Walking Audio Tour
I am an avid investor, so this was a perfect, educational, and interesting activity! Having lived in NY for a good amount of time, I never knew about this .
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Would take the tour a second time!
LaTasha_R, Jul 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Enjoyed the tour so much and Alex was great! His deep knowledge of not only all things Hamilton but of the city itself really enhanced the tour.
star-5
Great tour.
Samuel_P, Jun 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Alex was very informative and had great tidbits about NYC and Hamilton. He also pointed out some great places to eat. He was very informative and friendly to everyone on the tour. Thank you for a great walk around NYC!
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ALEX knows his HAMILTON!
Tara_S, Jun 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Thank you, Alex, for showing me the world of Hamilton on my birthday!! You were so knowledgeable and funny. Despite the fact that I'm a native New Yorker, I learned SO MUCH from you!! The other historical aspects of NYC (the old walls under Goldman Sachs) was fascinating. The Hamilton / Washington cutouts in the window of Fraunces Tavern was hilarious!! Thanks again!
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Great tour!
Lara_B, May 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
We had an incredible time on this tour...even for this Hamilton but, I learned some really interesting things I never knew. My kids were engaged, and our tour guide Alex was awesome!! A great time!
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Fascinating tour
Peter_B, Mar 2021
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Alex was not only very personable but enthusiastic and knowledgeable as well. It was a pleasure to spend two plus hours with him exploring Hamilton’s New York. Although we were both long-time residents of the City, my spouse and I learned a lot of interesting things.
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Informative
Raluca_V, Dec 2020
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
My 11 year old twins and I learned alot on this tour. Though we are New Yorkers, we saw parts of Downtown we haven't seen before. After hearing all the Hamilton musical songs in my house for months, I was also surprised that there was more Hamilton information provided on the tour than I had been bombarded with at home. This tour was also a good Christmas gift that took up no space in our apartment.
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great tour
ARTUR_Y, Nov 2020
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
Alex was great. Enjoyed tour of NYC hidden gems and historic side notes. Fun tour for local residents to learn about our history. would book again.
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A Fun Learning Experience with Josh
Marianne_T, Feb 2020
New York: Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Josh to Hamilton's haunts. He really was thorough and amusing as he lead us through the financial district with many interesting facts and stories about the history of the area during Hamilton's time to the present day. He was extremely helpful in getting everyone on the their way when the tour was finished too. We highly recommend touring with Josh. You will learn a lot in a friendly, casual way.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is accessible to wheelchairs.

  • You’ll need a printed ticket to be admitted to the Museum & Gold Vault tour.

  • Take a government-issued photo ID with the same name that’s on your tour ticket.

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How to Get There

Enter the Fed building at 44 Maiden Lane, between William and Nassau streets. The easiest way to get there is by public transit. Take the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, or J subway train to the Fulton Street station; the M5 or M15 bus to South Ferry; or the M9 bus to City Hall.

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When to Get There

The Federal Reserve Bank gives tours Monday through Friday at 1pm and 2pm, except on American bank holidays. Show up 30 minutes before your scheduled tour to allow time for security screening. If you’ll be exploring Lower Manhattan as well, consider visiting in spring, late summer, or early autumn—New York’s temperate seasons.

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See the Fed’s Gold

On your tour of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, be sure to get a good look at the gold vault—you’ll be able to see some of the 508,000 gold bars inside. Located on the basement level of the Fed building, the vault entry is protected by a 90-ton (81-tonne) steel cylinder.

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