Noble Maritime Collections

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Admission fee
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY
(718) 447-6490
  • 4
    Bowling Green
  • 1
    South Ferry
  • N
    Whitehall Street – South Ferry

Noble Maritime Collections

Schedule: Thursday - Sunday 1pm - 5pm


Maritime Collection Staten Island (Noble Maritime Collections) is a museum located in the Sailors' Snug Harbor.

The aim of the museum is to preserve and celebrate contemporary marine life and history. In addition to exhibitions, has a maritime library, studio recorded, programs for school children, programs for teachers.

Exhibitions and collections: Its emphasis is on the work of artist / lithographer / sailor John A. Noble (1913-1983) one of the most important maritime country artists. His study heist floating in the waters of Staten Island (can see a 360 degree view of this study here), is now a museum installation. In this study he created hundreds of paintings, lithographs and drawings now on display.

It also has a gallery of ship models, maritime art and restored rooms.

Input: The cost of admission is by donation, you can pay whatever you want. Children under 10 are admitted free.

Our advice:

  • If you want to learn about the lifestyle that lead the sailors it is the best place.
  • Wear comfortable clothes, the resort is large and to reach the museum will have to walk a good way.
  • You can see a map of the location of the museum within the complex by clicking here.