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Trinity Church Cemetery, New York City

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  • Good for history buffs since many old graves, including Alexander Hamilton's. On a nice day, it's also nice to stroll through and even sit down for lunch if you have it with you  more »
  • Down the church from the humble St. Paul's is this beautiful church. The altar and the stained glass and the brass doors were beautiful. The cemetery with Alexander Hamilton memorial were worth the st...  more »
  • It is an atypical place in Midtown Manhattan. Certainly, this church for several centuries stands out and stands out in the environment of skyscrapers. The place conveys much peace.
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  • This Trinity Church Cemetery is located in the Morningside Heights area of Upper Manhattan on 22 acres of land that was purchased in 1844 to supplement the lack of space at the original Trinity Church Cemetery at Wall Street and Broadway. The tranquil cemetery and mausoleum contains the graves of a number of famous people including James Audubon, John Jacob Astor and John Jacob Astor IV, who perished in the Titanic disaster, and New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch. Located on both sides of Broadway it has beautiful old trees and vistas of the Hudson River. Certainly this place qualifies as one of the most beautiful cemeteries in New York City.
  • Beautiful place in the fall, when the foliage explodes with bright colors. It is free to walk around. Taking panoramic photos is allowed, but not closeup photos of individual tombs. Clean restroom available at their office.
  • Really nicely laid out cemetery to take a break in, whether temporary or otherwise. It ties some of the history of the neighborhood together.
  • Includes John Audobon's grave which is worth seeing.
  • Our dogs found a voodoo chicken here tonight. Alive and sitting up on the wall and moo-ing...definitely voodoo