Snug Harbor Cultural Central

STATEN ISLAND. Sailors’ Snug Harbor opened in 1833 as a home and hospital for retired seamen. In the ensuing years, the property fell into disrepair and was eventually slated for demolition. Luckily, the city of New York purchased it and set about restoring it for use as a community arts center. Today, the 83-acre site is a designated National Historic Landmark comprised of twenty-six historic buildings, botanic gardens and parkland. Among the events on the schedule here are indoor and outdoor concerts, theater productions, art exhibits and festivals.


1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301


Gardens, Galleries & Visitors Center Tue-Sun 10am-5pm
Grounds Daily Sunrise-Sunset
Performances Event Dates and Times Vary

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