Grange National Memorial is a National Park Service site in St. Nicholas Park
, New York City
that preserves the relocated home of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.The house was secured to its new foundation, original porches were rebuilt and the original main entrance doorway and main staircase within the entry foyer were restored. Landscaping around the Grange's new home includes among the tree plantings 13 sweet gum trees as were orignially planted by Hamilton in honor of the original thirteen states, a stone wall, a circular garden planted in front to Hamilton's own specifications, and paths.
The Grange re-opened to the general public on September 17, 2011. A ceremony was held with Hamilton descendants in attendance and tours of the restored interiors took place through the day. A visitor's center is located in the entirely newly constructed ground floor, where The Kitchen
, laundry and servants' rooms would have been.