This is the only home where Hamilton presumably lived a happy life with his parents. In 1765, they moved to St. Croix, where soon after, his father split, his mother died and his cousin committed suicide. In the garden, stop by the stone and wood structure featuring the Hamilton display. There aren’t any artifacts, but his story is presented for those who are unfamiliar with the wunderkind from Nevis. Afterward, stroll Charlestown and the waterfront, appearing much as it would have when he lived there.