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Staten Island Museum – Snug Harbor

About The Landmark

Visit the Staten Island Museum located in Snug Harbor, Staten Island. Snug Harbor is an 83-acre campus, which was once a home for retired seaman. It now houses several cultural institutions in Landmark Greek Revival buildings.

The Museum dates from 1881, when a group of naturalists combined their collections to record the island’s plants and animals; it has since evolved adding art and history to its mission.

Plan Your Visit
Located in Snug Harbor, Staten Island – 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A.
The museum has a suggested admission.
For hours and directions, visit statenislandmuseum.org

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