Staten Island has tourist attractions such green park areas, museums, and historic structures. Due to the abundance of green areas, it is frequently referred to as the "city of parks."
Staten Island Ferry
People of Staten Island use this free ferry to get to work every day. Tourists can take a free trip of this ferry to experience the sights of New York's waterfront.
National Lighthouse Museum
It is a site of historical and cultural significance. It offers a glimpse back at the history and function of lighthouses around the US.
One of the country's oldest military forts is located beneath the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge with a view of New York Bay.
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
The buildings of the art complex resemble a Tibetan mountain monastery and were founded and created in 1945 by American art collector and specialist on Tibettan art, Jacques Marchais.
Historic Richmond Town
A living history museum that transports visitors to the Dutch colonial era of the late 1600s is called Historic Richmond Town.
A public park called Freshkills Park is being constructed over an old landfill. Its size is about three times greater than Central Park's. The park is the biggest to be built in New York City in more than a century.
Richmond County Bank Ballpark
At Richmond County Bank Ballpark in St. George, the home of the Staten Island Yankees, see tomorrow's superstars perform now.
This vast boat graveyard, which is situated in Arthur Kill near the former Fresh Kills Landfill on the island's western shore, was created following WWII.
Pack your roller skates and head to the hottest venue on the island at RollerJam.