When you enter Federal Hall, you follow the same steps as George Washington—it was here that he took the oath of office to become the first president of the United States. This National Park Service site, nestled on Wall Street, was also home to the first Congress, Supreme Court and Executive Branch offices. The current structure on this spot, a resplendent Customs House, welcomes visitors to learn about the origins of the United States and its inaugural leader.
|Venue name:||Federal Hall National Memorial||Contact:|
26 Wall St
|Cross street:||at Nassau St|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9am-5pm|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z, M to Broad St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Wall St|
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Julius Caesar. Spared Parts.
Visionary Italian director Romeo Castellucci makes his overdue New York City debut—courtesy of the Crossing the Line festival—with a radical deconstruction of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, staged site-specifically amid the neoclassical grandeur of Federal...Experimental Friday September 30 2016 - Sunday October 2 2016Read more