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Grant’s Tomb

Grant’s Tomb

General Grant National Memorial, New York City

General Grant National Memorial, New York City

Who’s buried in Grant’s tomb? You can find out for yourself when you visit  the General Grant National Memorial in New York City. Along with the mausoleum, there’s also a museum you can visit.

Riverside Drive and West 122nd Street, New York City

http://www.nps.gov/gegr/index.htm

We have three posts about Grant’s Tomb: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

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Admission fee: No

Bathrooms: Across the street in the Visitors Center

The playing cards even had two "jokers," two men who won the popular vote but lost the presidential election.

The playing cards even had two “jokers,” two men who won the popular vote but lost the presidential election – Al Gore (2000) and Samuel Tilden (1876)

Concessions/food: Not on site, but it’s New York City, you’ll find something nearby

Cars/getting there: We took the subway, then walked a few blocks. We took a taxi home. Website has links about public transportation. Limited street parking.

Coffee cups (aka souvenirs): Along with the usual postcards, I picked up presidential playing cards!

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