Houseboat And Studio at Noble Maritime Collection At Snug Harbor Cultural Center

Noble Maritime Collection At Snug Harbor

The Noble Maritime Collection

The Noble Maritime Collection

Name: The Noble Maritime Collection
Phone Number: 718-447-6490
Fax Number: 718-447-6056
Email: [email protected]
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Address: 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building D, SI, NY 10301
Town/Neighborhood: Randall Manor/Snug Harbor
Section of Island: North Shore
Hours of operation/class times/service times: Thursday through Sunday, 12 to 5 PM
Description: The Noble Maritime Collection is a museum located at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden on the North Shore of Staten Island. Its mission is to preserve and interpret the art, writings, and historical maritime artifacts of the distinguished marine artist, John A. Noble (1913-83); to continue his legacy of celebrating the people and traditions of the working waterfront of New York Harbor; and to preserve and interpret the history of Sailors’ Snug Harbor and Robbins Reef Lighthouse. The museum is housed in an 1844 Greek Revival building, which is a National Historic Landmark. It has galleries, classrooms, a library, archives, a printmaking studio, and a shop. The centerpiece is Noble’s houseboat studio, a 19th century yacht cabin, restored and installed within the museum.
Main category 1: Art and History Museum
Main category 2: Non-Profit
Main category 3: Education
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Keywords (separate by comma): art, history, museum, maritime

Latitude, Longitude: 40.644471° N, -74.102417° W

Public Transportation: (Include Buses, Train Stop): S40 bus, Richmond Terrace/SSH Gate stop

Closest Major Intersection: Richmond Terrace and Tysen Street

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Wheelchair Access: Yes. Please use the historic Shinbone Alley entrance

Restroom On Site? Yes

Parking (On-street Free, Metered, Lot): Yes. Free.

Type of Non-Profit: 501c3 museum

Organization’s Mission Statement: The mission of the Noble Maritime Collection, an art and history museum in Staten Island, New York, is to present exhibitions and programs that celebrate the working waterfront of New York Harbor in the tradition of distinguished artist John A. Noble, N.A. (1913-1983), and to preserve his houseboat studio, Robbins Reef Lighthouse, and the history of Sailors’ Snug Harbor.

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Number of Employees: 6

Manager’s Name and title (owner/manager/etc.): Ciro Galeno, Jr., Executive Director

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Accepted payment: (Cash, Credit., PayPal, EasyGo, Bitcoin): cash and all major credit cards; admission by donation

Year established: 1986