Dear Friends,
Community leaders pointed to the need for a new non-profit organization to help launch the Paterson National Park and enhance its educational, social, and economic benefits for Paterson and the nation. That's why we formed the Hamilton Partnership for Paterson. Learn more about our mission and how you can participate.

America's New National Park

The Paterson Great Falls is the most historic place that virtually no one in America has ever heard of, let alone visited. Soon that will change. On, March 30, 2009, President Obama signed bipartisan legislation that will make about 35 acres around the Great Falls our next National Park. It will be a National Park like no other. Learn more.

Building for the Future

To celebrate Paterson's past, we look to the future. The Paterson National Park will be a vital contributing part of the community. The National Park will provide a vehicle for economic progress and a source of local pride, and the Park will help transform the image of Paterson for living and investment. Learn more.

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Delicious food from dozens of countries and cultures. Inspiration for America's great poets and artists. Engineering and architectural works from the Industrial Revolution through the 20th Century. A breathtaking natural wonder in the heart of the city.

Only in Paterson can you experience all of these in just one day.

Watch now: new videos about Negro League Baseball at Paterson's Historic Hinchliffe Stadium

The Hamilton Partnership wrote the legislation and played a leading role in making Hinchliffe the first stadium in a National Historical Park. President Obama signed the law to add Hinchliffe Stadium to the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park in December 2014.