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Historic Richmond Town

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The museum village of Historic Richmond Town displays three centuries of life on Staten Island. The buildings are a walk through time … offering a look at how ordinary people lived and worked from Colonial times through the early 20th century.

Richmond Town is decorated beautifully for the holidays. But there are regular tours and special programs all year round.

Plan your visit. For Richmond Town holiday events, tours and general info visit historicrichmondtown.org

We want to thank the Staten Island Historical Society and their friendly staff for all of their assistance. Historic Richmond Town is a joint project of the independent Staten Island Historical Society and the City of New York through the Department of Cultural Affairs, and is a member of the Historic House Trust.

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