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Alice Austen House

Art Museum, History Museum, and Park
Rosebank, Staten Island
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  • Guest of a Guest
    The Alice Austen House in Staten Island was originally the home of Alice Austen, one of the earliest female photographers. This museum is great to sit by the water. Read more
  • Untapped Cities
    Just below the house lies Buono Beach, a popular fishing and recreational destination for nearby residents. There are great views of the Verrazano Bridge, beautiful at all times of the day. Read more
  • Karen
    KarenApril 28
    Grounds are beautiful, and the staff is super friendly, dedicated and knowledge in Photography. They run workshops for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day in April.
  • Amaury H.
    A good place to get an idea of what New York was like at the turn of the century, to learn about an extraordinary woman or just to take in the magnificent view of the downtown skyline over the harbor.
  • Jenny C.
    Jenny CatJuly 29, 2015
    If you haven't been here in a few years, you should come back. More of the house is open now.
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksOctober 8, 2013
    Alice Austen was not your typical Victorian woman. She traveled through NYC taking street photos, was Staten Island’s first female car owner, and lived with another woman for more then fifty years.
  • Jacob S.
    Jacob ShemkovitzAugust 27, 2013
    Home of photographer Alice Austen, now a museum
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJune 28, 2013
    This Victorian Gothic cottage was home to photographer and noted badass Alice Austen, who was known for her gritty street photography—and for being the first woman on Staten Island to own a car. Read more
  • Landmarks Preservation Commission
    Alice Austen lived in this cottage, dubbed “Clear Comfort,” for over 75 years, producing 1000s of photographs. It was first constructed in 1691-1710, and we designated it a landmark in 1971.
  • Visit Staten Island V.
    Beautiful views of the Verrazano Bridge, a historic home, and great photography exhibits!
  • Saving Places
    Saving PlacesApril 26, 2012
    Alice Austen, one of the foremost early American women documentary photographers, was born and lived in her family's "Clear Comfort" home for 80 years.
  • NYC Parks
    NYC ParksJanuary 27, 2012
    This Victorian garden will transport you to 19th century romance.
  • Sara S.
    Sara SignorelliJanuary 12, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Park is open but the museum is closed in January & February but available for tours and class trips, email for reservations. Upcoming events
  • Tommy M.
    Tommy MilesNovember 9, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Watching flocks of light-sided Brants Geese, migrating from the Arctic, who've been resting here this week, as they do most years
  • jonathan l.
    jonathan leiterSeptember 24, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    One of the most magnificent spots on staten island and nyc. Lovely house, beautiful property, majestic views!
  • vicky f.
    vicky ferdianJuly 27, 2010
    Exactly the same to what I saw in brochure...Nice!
  • Daniel S.
    Daniel SarnoJuly 11, 2010
    Beautiful view of the Verrazano bridge and NYC skyline
  • Jan A.
    Jan AguMay 24, 2010
    The brochure says the House can be rented for private parties. The Alice Austen House is a charming riverside cottage. If you're looking for a unique venue for a small event, check it out! Read more
  • Frank D.
    Frank D'AvinoFebruary 28, 2010
    There's a geocache nearby, if you're interested. Check out
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