Right where the ferry lands on the Staten Island side, you’ll find a waterfront neighborhood with a beautiful minor league baseball park, one of the city’s oldest concert halls and a historic district of nearly 80 buildings, many of them built in the 19th-century Queen Anne style. Culture aficionados should also check out the Staten Island Museum and the National Lighthouse Museum. Coming soon, the 630-foot-tall Staten Island Wheel will reshape the City’s skyline and provide riders with sweeping views of New York Harbor.
Set sail for new shores—without leaving NYC. Two blocks from the ferry terminal in St. George, you’ll find the Staten Island Museum’s historical art and artifacts, plus a natural science exhibit. Other local treasures include 19th-century architecture, Staten Island’s own brewery and a glittering theater dating back to 1929.See Highlights
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