Federal Hall National Memorial
9:00 am - 4:45 pm
Town and Davis, 1842

This 1833 building by Towne & Davis features Doric columns that resemble those of the Greek Parthenon, while the interior features exquisite ornamental detailing by John Frazee, and a soaring rotunda that echoes the Roman Pantheon. On OHNY Weekend, stop by to view special performances of “Washington, Jefferson, and Hamilton: Behind Closed Doors - The First Presidential Cabinet,” a program designed to excite the audience's historical curiosity, engage their minds and hearts, enable them to develop historical empathy.

Sat Tour Info: Ranger-Guided tours will take place at 10am, 1, and 3pm. Special performances will take place at 11am, and 2pm.

For Kids: Be A Junior Ranger! The National Park Service's Junior Ranger program began in the 1960s and was adopted to help kids and their families explore and learn about their national parks, cultivating future generations of park stewards. Participate in the Junior Ranger program, and learn about the rich and fascinating history of Federal Hall National Memorial.

This site is part of the special series celebrating the National Park Service’s Centennial Anniversary. Click here to read more and see the full list of participating sites.


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