Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum, located uptown in Hamilton Heights, offers the only active community mausoleum in Manhattan. Affordable above-ground interment and memorial options are currently available for people of all faiths.
The beautiful grounds of the cemetery and the mausoleum offer a peaceful place to visit and honor loved ones who have passed. Located uptown, near the border of Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the cemetery is easy to visit by subway, bus, or car. Learn more about the cemetery and mausoleum, plan your visit, check out our FAQ, contact us.
The Trinity Church Wall Street campus also includes two other places of historical burial, not to be confused with the uptown cemetery—the Trinity Church churchyard and the St. Paul's Chapel churchyard in downtown Manhattan. Alexander Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, Angelica Schuyler Church, Hercules Mulligan, and Philip Hamilton are buried in the downtown Trinity Churchyard at Broadway and Wall Street along with other notable people from New York City's history. The Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel churchyards are not active places of burial.
Our interment options (all above-ground) include:
- Niches for cremated remains
- Crypts for casketed remains
- Communal interment and memorial for cremated remains
Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum is a place rich with history. Learn more about the uptown cemetery's connections to Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, Eliza Jumel, John Jacob Astor IV, Clement Clarke Moore, Benjamin Moore, and John James Audubon. Dating back to 1842, the cemetery and mausoleum are still active, continuing to serve our community today.
While making burial and funeral arrangements, and when the funeral gatherings are over, you may need extra help in coping with your grief and living with your loss. We offer the following to support and guide you.