Credit: Michael Falco
It’s a Smile-a-Minute!
Where can kids explore a pirate ship, drive a dogsled through the tundra, and crawl through a giant ant hill?
At the Staten Island Children’s Museum, of course! The exhibits in this hands-on museum demonstrate that learning is fun, while nurturing children’s curiosity and creativity. Kids can watch bees working inside their hive in the Bugs and Other Insects exhibit, put on a show in Portia’s Playhouse, speed to the rescue in a real fire truck at Ladder 11, or sound a foghorn in the Sea of Boats. The Staten Island Children’s Museum is a great place for kids to learn while they play!
When School is in session: Tuesday through Sunday, 12pm-5pm.
When Schools are close: Tuesday through Sunda, 10am-5pm.
$6 guests one-year-old and up.
Grandparents are free on Wednesdays.
1000 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, NY
718.273.2060 Directions View Website