Federal Hall

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Federal Hall in the American city of New York is a building that commemorates the historic events that took place at the location. Originally the building that stood on the location was the first Capitol Building of America as well as being the site of the first president's inauguration. It was also where the Bill of Rights was introduced. The building was demolished in 1812 as the government had moved on. A new Federal Hall building was built in 1842, which is the building that still stands proudly today. This building on the same site as the old one served as sub-treasury but is now used as a national memorial to commemorate the historic events that shaped the USA’s history that took place there.

Getting there

Federal Hall is situated on Wall Street which is easily accessible by public transport by both the bus and subway services. The 4 and 5 subway trains travel to the ‘Wall Street’ stop. By bus use the M5 MTA to Rector Street and walk east onto Wall Street.

Opening Times and Admission

Federal Hall is open six days of the week, Monday to Saturday 9am-5pm; with Sunday being the day of closure. Federal Hall has very good architecture and people are allowed inside to see it as well as to gain a look into the history of the building and this can be done at zero cost.

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