Office of Borough President James P. Molinaro
Staten Island, New York
Staten Island Attractions
Former home of Alice Austen, one of America's earliest and most accomplished female photographers.
A designated New York City landmark that is home to the Staten Island Borough President's Office. Its lobby murals depict the history of Staten Island.
A unique campus showcasing the rich heritage and culture of Italy.
The ideal performance venue for Staten Island and neighboring communities features five theatres under one roof .
Site of a 1776 peace conference between representatives of the Continental Congress and the Commander of British Forces during the Revolutionary War.
One of the oldest military sites in the United States, Fort Wadsworth guarded New York City for almost 200 years.
The historic home of Antonio Meucci, the true inventor of the
telephone and Giuseppe Garibaldi, who championed the unification of
the Italian state.
Site of the original seat of the Richmond County Government, Historic Richmond Town is New York City’s living history and museum village.
Located on Lighthouse Hill, the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art offers visitors exposure to Tibetan Culture, complete with a realistic replication of a Buddhist Temple.
The first Chinese Scholar's Garden in the United States.
The Noble Maritime Collection features the art and writings of John A. Noble.
Home of the Staten Island Yankees.
Beautifully restored historic theater located in "downtown" Staten Island.
Founded in the early 19th century by freed black men from New York, Sandy Ground is the oldest community established by freed slaves in North America.
The Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden is a 53 acre natural woodland with over 20 specimen gardens.
Originally a housing residence for retired seaman, Snug Harbor is an 83-acre National Historic Landmark District whose grand 19th century buildings house Snug Harbor Cultural Center, The Botanical Gardens at Snug Harbor, The New York Chinese Scholar's Garden, and many other Cultural Organizations.
A place where kids can learn by actively doing, not just passively watching.
The Staten Island Museum - SIIAS (the Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences) is devoted to the history of Staten Island and its people
Dedicated to the Staten Island victims of terrorist attacks.
New York City’s biggest little zoo features an internationally acclaimed reptile collection.