Combine American History and Happy hour for a perfect pairing and exciting experience on the Hamilton Happy Hour Tour.

Grab a drink and get ready to learn about America's history. Your local guide for the 2-hour tour will take you around the streets of New York's oldest neighborhood to walk in the footsteps of Alexander Hamilton. Much like Hamilton the Musical, this tour celebrates his life and accomplishments. You'll learn about how an "illlegitimate immigrant" earn his ticket to New York City where he became one of the most beloved and controversial founding fathers. 

Food, drink and gratuity for the guide are not included. This tour is family-friendly.

Please reserve your spots in advance by:

1. Visiting http://www.urbanoyster.com/attractionpass.html

2. Click the orange button that allows you to "Reserve Your Tour With Your Pass"

3. Select your desired tour date.

4. Select the number of tickets equivalent to the number of passes you have - Select the option to enter a promo or discount code. When you enter the discount code NYPASS the price will drop to $0.

(You will be required to enter a credit card to hold your reservation, but the card will only be charged if you do not show up for the tour. So be sure to cancel if your plans change.)

Did You Know

  • There is confusion around Alexander Hamilton's actual date of birth as he claimed to be born in 1757 despite his official documents from Nevis stating that he was born in 1755.

  • The last letter written by George Washington was addressed to Alexander Hamilton.

How To Get There

  • 4, 5 to Wall Street station.

  • R train to Rector Street station.

Make The Most of Your New York

- Access to the Hamilton Happy Hour Tour normally costs $30.

- The New York Pass grants you free access to the tour plus over 90 attractions in New York City.

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Monday 3pm
Tuesday 3pm
Wednesday 3pm
Thursday 3pm
Friday 3pm
Saturday 3pm
Sunday 3pm

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Address:

75 Broadway, New York, NY 10006 (Meeting Place: In front of the Museum of the American Indian)

Telephone:

347-878-8444

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