Staten Island Museum At Snug Harbor4 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301, USA, New York City, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7184253504
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Tags: Museums
If you are in Staten Island and you want to have a keen insight into the culture of this place, no place could be better than Sailors’ Snug Harbor. This 19th century cultural center and museum is situated over an area of 83 acres and boasts a wonderful collection of buildings, all noted well for their beautiful architecture. These buildings provide a glimpse of Greek Revival, Beaux Arts, Italianate, and Victorian style. Snug Harbor is known for its unique gardens, museums, theaters, educational opportunities, and seasonal festivals. The place is included in National Historical Landmarks and worth your visit.
How to Reach Staten Island Museum At Snug Harbor
- Bus S44 to stop : Henderson Av/Devon Pl
Staten Island Museum At Snug Harbor Reviews & Ratings
I feel this museum has alot of potential, and the building is beautiful, the collection presented is very nice too. Admission is a bit high, especially for such a small collection but it is going for a good cause. A nice visit in a stunning setting. But it just seems that they need to tweak it a bit more to make return visits more desirable. a lower price for Staten island residents might help this happen.
Nice staff. Varying displays of art from different times and backgrounds. Good way to spend a relaxing afternoon and learn a little history
Small but good quality. You need about an hour. See Snug Harbor Museum and Chinese Garden on the same campus. I went in January but would recommend from May to October.
Staten island Museum is a great place to take your family.
We made a visit to the Staten Island Museum to see the Impractical Jokers display. We were greeted right when we entered and we paid the suggested amount. We noticed we were being followed by one of the museum workers the entire time. She kept talking to us and followed us from room to room. We had two small children with us who were looking at the exhibits as well. They were well behaved, not running around or touching things, and she kept telling us to not let our children touch things or climb on things. They didn’t do this even once, they were by my side the entire time. This lady ruined our entire visit to the museum. We will not be back.