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Gorgeous grounds, culture, children's museum and a great little concession stand (Harbor Eats) with good fresh food.
Take the Staten Island Ferry and grab the S40 bus (runs every 15 minutes)
Lovely gardens and event space.
I can hardly believe someplace so lovely is in SI...and dog friendly
A hidden gem in SI. Must pay to visit the sculpture garden and its definitely worth it! Annual fence show is amazing!!
Great place to go to and check out some greenery. After a few minutes you can easily forget you are in the city. You can even walk around without Paying an entrance.
First and only home for retired merchant seamen in U.S.
Did you know? This nature and cultural getaway was originally built as a home for retired sailors.
Connie Gretz Secret Garden
Staten Island's first QR Walking Tour brings you through the site. Check it out!!
The Sung Harbor iron fence runs 1/3 mile along Richmond Terrace and was built to prevent residents of Snug Harbor, originally a home for retired seamen, from taking “unauthorized excursions.”
Did you know? The Sailor's Snug Harbor fence, completed in 1845, was designed by Frederick Diaper, who used the Cumberland Gates in Hyde Park, London, as his inspiration.
Built as a home for retired sailors, this 83-acre campus features historic buildings, botanical gardens, art galleries and much more. Home to the first classic Chinese Scholar's Garden in the U.S.
There's lots to see here, but don't miss the Neptune Fountain, from 1893, and restored in 1995. Find out more about it: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/neptune.shtml
Its great to ride the boat in the morning
The majestic Greek Revival buildings adorning this campus were built between 1831 and 1880 as dormitories for retired sailors, who were housed here until 1976.
Our History Center and Archives are located in Building H! History Center is open Tues-Sat, 1-4pm and it's Free. Archives open by appt. (718.483.7122), We also have a Museum store!
Wagner College is in residence here till December - check us out at
Staten Island's premiere jewel!
Tour the botanical gardens and various museums. Get a hot dog and hamburger while you are here too. Just don't come when there is a wedding is going on in the grand hall, or neptune's catering...par
The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is Snug Harbor's Contemporary Arts Center. Check out the Botanical Gardens, live summer philharmonic performances, and other art groups throughout the year.
O mundo oferece muitos maravilhosos lugares. Não temos motivos para remoer dizendo que não temos onde ir!.
Pegar o ôninbus S40 pra chegar lá
μπίγκ άπλ και ξερό ψωμί.
Italian festival til 6