The Federal Hall is located on Wall Street. It's called the Federal Hall Memorial Hall. It's the office of the first Congress of the United States. The elegant and noble Greek architecture shows the loftiness and dignity of Parliament and the historical precipitation of New York.
It's not particularly big, but it's the style of the U.S. Political Office: tall columns, white buildings, square spires. It is surrounded by Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, Broadway and various financial buildings. The roads are wide, sandwiched in the middle of numerous tall buildings.
This is the place where Washington was sworn in as the first president of the United States. The building is not very impressive. There is a statue of Washington in front of the door. After entering the door, there is a small hall. When I went there, some people were performing performance art and some strange works of art were put on display. Facing the Federal Hall is the New York Stock Exchange. Behind it is the famous Trinity Church in New York. Not far away is the famous Wall Street Copper Bull. Therefore, the scenic spots in this place are very concentrated. I recommend that you visit it!
There is a statue of Washington at the door. Free access. Exhibition of pictures of the history of the founding of the United States. This is where Washington became the first President of the United States. So you can also see the stone on which he stood when he took office, engraved on it.
Obliquely facing the New York Stock Exchange, the two buildings are very similar, both of them are ancient Greek style buildings, and the construction period is estimated to be similar. There's a Washington image at the door. It's not open on weekends. You can only look outside.
The government's important organs are heavily guarded and solemn.
Typical Roman architectural style, very distinctive.
The National Memorial of the Federal Hall is located at 26 Wall Street, New York, opposite the New York Stock Exchange. The memorial is a marble building of ancient Greek style, with eight simple and elegant circular columns standing on the steps. It was the seat of the first U.S. Congress. It was here that Washington was sworn in as President of the United States on April 30, 1789. Free visit to the Federal Hall. Now at the entrance of the hall stands a vivid sculpture of Washington. Opposite is the New York Stock Exchange.
There are many statues of American financial celebrities in it.
The Federal Hall is a very unique building. You can see a lot of huge places when you enter the door. The performance here is also very good.