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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: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
$25.00 per adult
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Amazing tour!
Hannah was amazing! Her enthusiasm was contagious we learned some great facts about Hamilton’s history. It was a great day!
Mary_R, Jul 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

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Hannah did a great job!...
Katherine_M, Jul 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Hannah did a great job! She was well informed about Hamilton and the musical. It was most enjoyable.
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Great Hamilton tour
Diana_B, Jul 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Great to walk through historical sights with such a knowledgeable guide. It was a great experience for my daughter and I.
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Greg was great
Andrew_H, Jun 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Our tour guide Greg was great and provided a lot of information about the area and local buildings. Kept everyone interested and entertained for the two hour tour. Would highly recommend!!!
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Great tour!
Karen_W, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
This was so interesting and informative and fun! Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about Hamilton and NY history in general, and he was very pleasant and answered so many questions!
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Highly recommend
DEBORAH_A, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Astrid brought history alive in a very interesting and enjoyable walk through lower Manhattan. We’ve been in the area a few times but learned new things and hope to return and experience even more. Just the right amount of walking/sitting.
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It was a wonderful tour !...
Virginia_L, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
It was a wonderful tour ! We couldn’t have had a better guide ! It rained and It did not take away from this enjoyable and very informative tour !
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Super fun and interesting!
Jeanne_L, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
If you want to walk the same streets as Hamilton and learn more about our country’s founding … don’t miss this tour! Astrid’s enthusiasm and knowledge made for a great 2 hours. Highly recommend.
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A great informative ...
Susan_D, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
A great informative guide who answered all my questions. She combined the history of lower Manhattan with quotes from the musical. Plus it was an easy walk with stops at benches if needed.
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Great tour!
Debbie_D, May 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Eric was very knowledgeable and brought the stories to life. It was a small group, but he made sure he spoke to everyone & that everyone was included. Great job!
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How a nations gets born
Kathleen_M, Apr 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Understanding the history of the city and the world that the new nation was born out of - it was informative and engaging and a great way to spend 2 hours understanding the landscape from a geographic as well as political and relationships view point - worth it
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Great tour
SARAH_D, Apr 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
Eric was a great guide and we learned so much about Alexander Hamilton and the revolutionary war in NYC! Great tour. Highly recommended!
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Highly recommend this tour
Ming_T, Apr 2022
New York: The Story of Alexander Hamilton In Lower Manhattan
The best thing on this tour is the fantastic guide: Astrid. She is so knowledgeable about Hamilton's life (clearly, she has a strong passion for this tour and did a lot of homework, such as reading the Ron Chernow's book) and leads the tour in a story-telling fashion, which connects dots of Hamilton's life together seamlessly (from how Hamilton grew up, studied in NY, fought in wars, and died in a duel).
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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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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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