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The buildings and actors here portray the area through several eras, beginning with a 1690s Dutch house that shows what life was like for the region’s earliest settlers, and going through the 1860s.
This is where they shot a lot of scenes from season 3 of Boardwalk Empire
Voorlezer's House - Oldest known surviving schoolhouse in America; owned by the Staten Island historical society
The Staten Island & Governors Island ferries are right next to each other, so from South Ferry, head to SI, and go on an adventure back in time to Historic Richmond Town. It's a trek well worth it.
New York City's only historic village! Step into the past and explore 28 landmarked buildings.
Stop by for the best Hot Dogs on the Island
Admission is free on free Fridays!
Closed on Monday's & Tuesday's but open year round.
A century of honor - Girl Scout exhibit from Feb 11-march 22
Stop by and say hello to Barbara !!!
This is a collection of colonial houses including the one of the oldest schoolhouses in America. Each year in September it's the Richmond County Fair with adorable pig races!
Awesome area of staten island
Love it here. Hot tip. Lots of nook and crannies. Make sure you see everything. Look for special days and festivals. Lots of parking. Ask about the farm!
Great time and will definitely go back. Was told that the Bennett Cafe was open and it wasn't, so had to go and eat offsite, but will definitely go back!
I really enjoy visiting this historic town. The museum is interesting, the houses are amazingly restored and I'll be coming back again!
Get a taste of New York’s early history on a trip to Staten Island’s historic village. A free shuttle will pick you up in the parking lot and drop you off at Decker Farm! Powered by ParentsConnect.com