Access to Parking Lot 3 (P3), which is directly behind the Staten Island Museum, may be limited or off line from April 8 – May 2, 2024 due to ongoing work.  The Museum will be open to the public for regularly scheduled hours and school group visits.  We recommend parking in lots P4 (near the pond) or P1 (near the Children’s Museum). Click here for location and directions.

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Works by Museum Founders and Contributors

Below are links to resources and projects mentioned in the display about the Staten Island Museum’s founders and the generations of community scientists, public historians, artists, and activists who have carried on and improved upon their work. Click the image of the object for more information.

Staten Island SEEN gallery

Staten Island Museum Founder William T. Davis in the Attic of the Staten Island Museum, St. George, 1928

Staten Island and Its People
Staten Island and It’s People

Issue of the Woman Voter
The Staten Island Museum’s Collections on Internet Archive

Census Index Card
The Access, Collaboration, and Equity in Genealogy Initiative

African American Heritage Tour Logo
The Staten Island African American Heritage Tour

Aerial View of the Kill Van Kull
The Staten Island Museum’s Site Unseen Podcast