NYC's Presidential Haunts
Fraunces Tavern Museum is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

1. Fraunces Tavern Museum

8.1
54 Pearl St (Broad St), New York, NY
History Museum · Financial District · 27 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: You can check out George Washington's teeth and hair at the site where he said farewell to his troops.

Federal Hall National Memorial is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

2. Federal Hall National Memorial

8.6
26 Wall St (at Broad St), New York, NY
Historic Site · Financial District · 40 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Stop by the site of George Washington's first inauguration and the masonic bible he used. Read more.

Morris Jumel Mansion is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

3. Morris Jumel Mansion

7.9
65 Jumel Ter (btwn 160th &162nd St), New York, NY
History Museum · Washington Heights · 17 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know that George Washington had his headquarters in the same house later owned by Aaron Burr's wife. Read more.

St. Paul's Chapel is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

4. St. Paul's Chapel

209 Broadway (btwn Vesey & Fulton St), New York, NY
Church · Financial District · 32 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Check out George Washington's pew at the oldest surviving church building in Manhattan. Read more.

Brooklyn Bridge is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

5. Brooklyn Bridge

9.5
Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY
Bridge · 765 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Before the White House, the first home for the president was located at 1 Cherry Street (check out the plaque on the Bridge's pier).

39 Broadway is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

6. 39 Broadway

39 Broadway (at Exchange Pl), New York, NY
Building · Financial District · 2 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: The McComb Mansion, George Washington's second presidential mansion was located on this site. Read more.

59 Maiden Lane is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

7. 59 Maiden Lane

59 Maiden Ln (at William St), New York, NY
Building · Financial District · 8 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: As the first Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson lived at 57 Maiden lane.

Conference House Park is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

8. Conference House Park

9.2
7455 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY
Park · Tottenville · 16 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: In 1776, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Edward Rutledge unsuccessfully negotiated with Lord Howe to end the Revolutionary War at Conference House. Read more.

New York City Marble Cemetery is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

9. New York City Marble Cemetery

60 E 2nd St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave), New York, NY
Cemetery · East Village · 9 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Before being re-interred in Virginia, James Monroe was buried here.

General Grant National Memorial (Grant's Tomb) is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

10. General Grant National Memorial (Grant's Tomb)

8.6
W 122nd St. (at Riverside Dr.), New York, NY
Historic Site · Morningside Heights · 41 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: When you visit Grant's Tomb make sure to visit the site of Grant's original internment behind the current mausoleum. Read more.

Church of the Ascension (Episcopal) is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

11. Church of the Ascension (Episcopal)

36 Fifth Ave. (at W. 10th St.), New York, NY
Church · Greenwich Village · 5 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: In 1844, John Tyler married Julia Gardiner at this Fifth Avenue Church becoming the first president wed while in office.

Waldorf Astoria New York is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

12. Waldorf Astoria New York

8.9
301 Park Ave (btwn E 49th & E 50th St), New York, NY
Hotel · Midtown East · 276 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Herbert Hoover died, in 1964, at the age of 90 at the Waldorf Astoria. Read more.

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

13. Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site

7.8
28 E 20th St, New York, NY
Historic Site · Flatiron District · 27 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Visit this National Park site to see a recreation of Teddy Roosevelt's childhood home (the original was demolished in 1916).

Union Square Park is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

14. Union Square Park

9.4
btwn Broadway & Union Sq E (btwn E 14th & E 17th St), New York, NY
Park · Union Square · 518 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know that Andrew Jackson's funeral procession passed through Union Square Park. Read more.

Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

15. Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims

75 Hicks St (Orange), Brooklyn, NY
Church · Brooklyn Heights · 8 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Lincoln was supposed to give his now famous speech at Plymouth Church, and not Cooper Union. Read more.

The Cooper Union is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

16. The Cooper Union

41 Cooper Sq (at E. 7th St.), New York, NY
College Academic Building · NoHo · 25 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know the Young Men’s Republican Union moved Lincoln's speech to the Great Hall of Cooper Union out of fear that not enough people would come out to Brooklyn to hear him speak. Read more.

Union Square Park is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

17. Union Square Park

9.4
btwn Broadway & Union Sq E (btwn E 14th & E 17th St), New York, NY
Park · Union Square · 518 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know that there is a photograph showing a young Teddy Roosevelt watching Lincoln's funeral procession passing Union Square. Read more.

Lexington Avenue is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

18. Lexington Avenue

Lexington Ave., New York, NY
Road · Upper East Side · 3 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Chest A. Arthur was inaugurated in his house on Lexington Avenue (the building is still there). Read more.

East 36th Street is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

19. East 36th Street

New Jersey
Road · Eastside · 1 tip

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know when Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt got married they moved into a brownstone at 125 east 36th Street. Read more.

Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

20. Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College

47-49 E 65th St (btw Madison Ave and Park Ave), New York, NY
College Academic Building · Upper East Side · 2 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know two years after FDR got married he moved into this house with his mother and wife. Read more.

Columbia University is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

21. Columbia University

116th St & Broadway, New York, NY
University · Morningside Heights · 107 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Dwight Eisenhower was President of Columbia before he was President of the United States. Read more.

Madison Square Garden is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

22. Madison Square Garden

9.2
4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Basketball Stadium · Chelsea · 895 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Marilyn Monroe famously performed a sultry rendition of Happy Birthday, Mr. President for JFK at the third Madison Square Garden. Read more.

east 65th street is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

23. east 65th street

210 E 65th St, New York, NY
Building · Upper East Side · 1 tip

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Nixon lived in a 12 room town house on east 65th Street after he was president. Read more.

834 Fifth Avenue is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

24. 834 Fifth Avenue

834 5th Ave (64th St), New York, NY
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Upper East Side · 1 tip

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Richard Nixon lived on Fifth Avenue while running for President. Read more.

Madison Square Garden is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

25. Madison Square Garden

9.2
4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Basketball Stadium · Chelsea · 895 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Jimmy Carter received the Democratic nomination at Madison Square Garden. Read more.

Madison Square Garden is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

26. Madison Square Garden

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4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Basketball Stadium · Chelsea · 895 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Bill Clinton received the Democratic nomination at Madison Square Garden. Read more.

125th Street & Lexington Avenue is one of NYC's Presidential Haunts.

27. 125th Street & Lexington Avenue

125th Street (Lexington Avenue), East Harlem, NY
General Travel · East Harlem · 9 tips and reviews

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Bill Clinton's Foundation was first headquartered on 125th Street. Read more.

28. 212w, 109th Street

212w 109th Street (Between Broadway and Amsterdam on 109th), New York, NY
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Upper West Side · 1 tip

Untapped CitiesUntapped Cities: Did you know Barak Obama spent his first night in the City in an alley outside of his $360 a month apartment. Read more.