Name: Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden Phone Number: 718-425-3504 Fax Number: Email:[email protected] Web Site:snug-harbor.org/ Google listing:goo.gl/maps/G1tkefXrUdS5idWG9 Address: 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 Town/Neighborhood: Randall Manor/Snug Harbor Section of Island: North Shore Hours of operation/class times/service times: Grounds are open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Individual museums and exhibits have different hours. Check their website for tours and museum hours.
Description: Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden is the result of more than four decades of restoration and development to convert a 19th century charitable rest home for sailors to a regional arts center, botanical gardens, and public park. It is a place where history, architecture, gardens, agriculture, visual and performing arts, and education come together to provide a dynamic experience for all ages. Snug Harbor consists of 28 buildings, fourteen distinctive botanical gardens, a two acre urban farm, wetlands and park land on a unique, free, open campus. Main category 1: Art and History Museum Main category 2: Non-Profit Main category 3: Education Main category 4: Keywords (separate by comma): snug harbor, sailors snug harbor, cultural center, art museum, history museum, art history, botanical garden, chinese scholars garden, rose garden, farmers market, heritage farm, community farm, nyc things to do, free things to do on staten island
Latitude, Longitude: 40.6434° N, 74.1027° W Public Transportation: (Include Buses, Train Stop): S40 bus, Richmond Terrace/SSH Gate stop Closest Major Intersection: Richmond Terrace and Tysen Street Floor Business is On: Ground level and above Wheelchair Access: Some buildings and the grounds are accessible Restroom On Site? Yes Parking (On-street Free, Metered, Lot): On-streeet and lot parking, Free. Type of Non-Profit: Educational Organization 501(c)3 Organization’s Mission Statement: To provide a vibrant, regional cultural destination that offers dynamic programming in arts, education, horticulture, agriculture, and recreation for diverse cultures and all ages while ensuring a well-managed campus for all residents of Staten Island and surrounding communities.