Trinity Church

Trinity Church is the oldest tourist site in New York City, and one of its most visited. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976, the parish comprises the third Trinity Church (designed by Richard Upjohn and completed in 1846) and surrounding grounds, including the legendary Trinity Churchyard, burial ground for Alexander Hamilton, William Bradford and Albert Gallatin. Archigrafika’s integrated architectural graphics and signage program for Trinity Church plays an important role in welcoming parishioners and visitors. From the moment they first catch a glimpse of the structure, accompanied by banners and announcement signs, to the time they spend on church grounds—guided and informed by signage and other graphics in the sanctuary, churchyard, and gift shop—viewers find a revered historic artifact brought to life by Archigrafika’s wayfinding.

Location: New York, NY
National Historic Landmark, National Register of Historic Places and NYC Landmark Building

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