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The Staten Island Museum is pleased to welcome you back to the galleries on weekends with safety protocols in place due to COVID-19. Please purchase advance dated tickets and plan ahead for your visit. All programs remain virtual at this time. The safety and wellbeing of our community, visitors, staff, and volunteers are of the highest priority.

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We’ve missed you!

The Staten Island Museum’s is now open and we look forward to welcoming you back! We hope to provide a space of comfort while connecting with human expression and exploring art, natural science, and history.

Health and safety first

The Staten Island Museum holds the public trust in the highest regard—your health and safety are our top priorities. Please be assured that the Museum’s comprehensive health and safety policies follow Centers for Disease Control (CDC), New York State, and New York City guidance for increased health and safety procedures.

A review of our visitor guidelines and regulations below can help orient you before arriving and ensure that you get the most out of your experience. By visiting the Museum, you agree to abide by these policies. Please make sure to plan ahead for your visit.

Please note the New York State Covid-19 Travel Advisory requires visitors from certain states to quarantine for 14 days. If you are traveling to NYC from any of these states, you are required to complete the online Travel Health Form.

Virtual Visit

If you are unable to visit us in person, please see below for more information on the wide range of virtual resources, activities, and programs that you can enjoy from home.

We will be here to welcome you when you are able to return.

  • Hours

    Saturday and Sunday, 12pm – 4pm
    Last entry, 3:45pm. Re-entry not permitted.

  • Admission

    Purchase a daily ticket online below. For a touchless experience, we strongly encourage purchasing your tickets online.

    Admission (suggested):
    Adults: $8.00
    Students and Seniors: $5.00
    Children 2 – 12: $2.00
    Museum Members: FREE
    Questions? Click here to email us.

  • How to Get Here

  • Guidelines

How to Visit Safely

Please stay home if you are feeling ill or have a fever.

Face coverings are required for all visitors and Members over the age of two.

Maintain physical distance. Keep at least six feet from others.

Wash hands and use hand sanitizer regularly during your visit.

Coat check is temporarily closed. No large bags.

Please follow directions from Museum staff.

Food and beverages are not permitted in the museum.

For a touchless experience, we strongly encourage purchasing your tickets online.

Printed materials are temporarily unavailable. A digital map can be viewed here.

For a touchless experience, we strongly encourage purchasing your tickets online.

Important Safety Guidelines to Plan Your Visit

  • Please stay at home if you are feeling sick. For more information about COVID-19, check the CDC website.
  • Face coverings are required for all visitors and Members over the age of two. You will not be permitted inside the Museum without a face covering. Additionally, face coverings must be worn for the duration of your visit. CDC guidelines advise that face coverings must:
    • Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils
    • Fit snugly against the sides of the face.
  • Physical distancing is required; visitors should stay at least six feet (about two arms length) from others not in their party.
  • Digital map can be viewed here. Printed materials temporarily unavailable.
  • Visitor capacity is controlled and reduced in Museum buildings.
  • Help prevent the spread of germs by washing your hands often with soap and water for at least twenty seconds and by not touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Hand sanitizer is also available at entrances and at stations throughout the Museum.
  • Please cover your cough while in the Museum.
  • Restrooms have occupancy limits.  Some restrooms may be unavailable due to scheduled cleaning. 
  • Elevator use will be limited to one household per ride.
  • The Museum is ensuring that its ventilation systems are working properly, including monitoring filtration and humidification are working properly.
  • Please follow the instructions of the Staten Island Museum staff and guards.