Staten Island Museum
Staten Island, NY 10301
Village Voice's Description
Sunday through Friday, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Adults, $2, Children, Students, Seniors: $1; Children under 12: free
Tips from foursquare
Special features here include the Hall of Natural Science's Cabinet of Curiosities, home to bizarre wonders of nature (such as a four-legged chicken preserved in a jar and glow-in-the-dark rocks).
This 83-acre property is home to New York City’s first designated landmarks, which are considered the finest example of Greek revival architecture in America.
This museum features rotating temporary exhibitions, as well as exhibitions on the Staten Island Ferry. Recommended admission is just $3.
Bring the family to see the Harlem Globetrotters on March 14 at the Collins Arena. Get your tickets here:
A "mini-Smithsonian" with art, science, and local history. Just two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry, it hosts an exhibit on the famous boat's first 100 years of service.