Staten Island Ferry

For all visitors that want to see the Statue of Liberty but that also want to cut back on extra expenses; your best option is coming to Pier 1, you can get there by taking the 1, which is the red line to South Ferry or the R yellow line to White Street South Ferry station. Remember, the Staten Island Ferry works 24-hours a day, departing every half-hour according to schedule. The Ferry...



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Staten Island Botanical Garden

Schedule:                   Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.

                                  Closed on Mondays

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The Conference House

Schedule: Friday - Sunday 1pm - 4pm

 

The Conference House (also known as Casa Billop) built approximately in 1680, is located near the southern end of the district of Staten Island, New York, in its first century was a wheat farm.

In 1776 here it took place the Peace Conference, which tries to end the war of independence. Edward Rutledge, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Lord Howe were...



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Staten Island

Although it is easy to get there by car, the best known, free and with the best view  route is the ferry, it lasts 25 minutes and is a great opportunity to take pictures of the Statue of Liberty and New York in general. Now St. George terminal has, from floor to ceiling, glass for panoramic views of the harbor and the incoming ferries, once in the island, the terminal is a gateway to many...



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Staten Island Children Museum

Hours: Tuesday - Friday 11 AM to 5PM

             Saturday - Sunday 10 am  to 5 pm

 

Located in the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, opened in 1976, The Children's Museum Staten Island highlights the explorer and scientist of all children in a practical and interactive way. It also has workshops aimed at stimulating the creative and innovative spirit...



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Historic Richmond Town

Timetable: Wednesday - Sunday 1pm - 5pm

 

The Historic Richmond Town is a small village made up of more than 30 historic buildings and sites dating from the late 17th century and early 20th century, the complex spans more than 100 acres.

It allows you to experience firsthand the colonial era, as they try to preserve the site as it was two centuries ago. Workers are there dressed as...



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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...



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