Location & Directions

Location & Directions

Directions to the Staten Island Museum

 

Directions From the Staten Island Ferry Terminal

The Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor is located at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden at 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 - Building A

 

Public Transportation to the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor:

From Staten Island:

  • The Staten Island Terminal is served by the Staten Island Railway and the S40, S42, S44, S46, S48, S51, S52, S61, S62, S66, S67, S74, S76, S78, S90, S91, S92, S94, S96 and S98 bus routes.
  • From the Staten Island Ferry, take the S40 to the Snug Harbor stop.

From Manhattan:

  • Visitors from Manhattan take the Staten Island Ferry from the Whitehall Terminal/South Ferry, which is a short walking distance from the 1, 9, 4, 5, N, R subway lines as well as the M1, M6 and M15 bus lines, to the Staten Island Terminal, then take the S40 to the Snug Harbor Stop.

By Car:

From New Jersey:

  • Take the Staten Island Expressway (Route 278) eastbound. Exit at Clove Road. Stay to the left and make a left at the light onto Clove Road. Continue on Clove Road passed the park. Make a sharp right onto Bard Ave. Continue on Bard Ave. until end, make a right onto Richmond Terrace. Make your second right onto Snug Harbor road and a left to enter onto the Snug Harbor campus. At first stop sign, make a left. Building H is the first building on your left and parking is available directly in front.

From Brooklyn:

  • Get the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. Exit at Clove Road. At second light, make a right onto Clove Road. Continue on Clove Road passed the park. Make a sharp right onto Bard Ave. Continue on Bard Ave. until end, make a right onto Richmond Terrace. Make your second right onto Snug Harbor road and a left to enter onto the Snug Harbor campus. At first stop sign, make a left. Building H is the first building on your left and parking is available directly in front.

FREE On-site parking is available in the East and West gate parking lots.