Alexander Hamilton envisioned modern America and the seat of the nation’s financial power more accurately than any other Founding Father. Creating the Bank of New York in 1784 and the First National Bank in 1790, he eventually restored national credit to a bankrupt country, and by doing so birthed America’s most critical financial systems. Hamilton’s vision has defined Wall Street more than any other person in history to date.
This tour explores the city of New York in Hamilton’s life, and the deep impression he left behind. As we uncover the secrets behind his inexhaustible drive and his unimaginable achievements, it explains his relentless effort to leave his bold impression on his adopted nation.