Walking Tour Hamilton The Musical

New York's Only Walking Tour Based On "Hamilton The Musical"

A walking tour that takes you on a song-by-song stroll through Alexander Hamilton’s life

“Hamilton the Tour” is a walking multi-media tour based on the broadway hit, Hamilton The Musical. The walking tour follows song-by-song Hamilton’s rise and eventual fall as New York’s foremost Founding Father.

If you've seen it, want to see it or just love the cast album

This tour is designed for folks who already have Hamilton Tickets, those trying to get Hamilton Tickets or those just addicted to the Hamilton The Musical cast album. The tour puts the songs, history and lower Manhattan locations into perspective. Consider it a libretto for Lin Manuel Mirada's seamless musical tribute to one of our greatest Founding Fathers. 

“Lin-Manuel Miranda’s play is an impressionistic masterpiece. The goal of the tour is to help folks connect the artistic and historical dots. By providing historical detail and insight, lyric passages like ‘I am not throwing away my shot’ take on deeper meaning for tour participants. Standing on the actual spot that “The Room Where It Happens” happened and hearing excerpts from the score connect you to the play in a highly visceral way."

Chazz Adler NY Tour Monkey Guide

Wherever possible the tour matches up individual songs with their actual location, including some Bonus Stops that help illuminate the time and place that Alexander Hamilton lived and died in. 

See Where the "The Room Where It Happens", Happened 

The tour lasts about 3 hours, covers approximately 1.75 miles and costs $59 for adults and $35 for children under 13. Stops include Hamilton's Bank of New York, “The Room Where It Happened”, Fraunce's Tavern and Hamilton’s last residence in New York. The tour also stops at Hamilton’s, Eliza’s and Angelica’s final resting places in Trinity Church graveyard.

Private and School Groups Love "Hamilton the Tour"

Please contact us to arrange a Private Tour for your Family, Group or Organization. The company will also be rolling out a student version in September. It will include a teacher's guide with quizzes and suggested pre and post tour discussion points.