Let a life long New Yorker take you off the beaten path, through the boroughs as only a New Yorker can. Shore
Cititrek offers a guided walking and shuttle tours of Staten Island.
Tottenville, one of Staten Island's oldest communities, features old-fashioned charm and history. Located at southern end of the Island, visitors can wander the neighborhood, taking in the quaint shops, fine dining opportunities, and historic sites.
Once one of the nation's worst ecological disasters, Freshkills is well on its way to becoming a world class park.
Rumor has it that Staten Island is home to some restless spirits.
Staten Island has two accessible historic districts that are home to both majestic and fanciful homes.
Staten Island has plenty of activities for the whole family! The Staten Island Zoo provides great opportunities to get close to the animals. At the Staten Island Children's Museum, kids can learn while they play.
The Municipal Art Society of New York City holds organized tours as part of its mission efforts along with preservation efforts, community planning assistance and programs.
For those who like quirky, unexpected places to visit, check out one, or all, of the following!
Staten Island played an important role in the Revolutionary War. Start at Fort Wadsworth, which was captured by the British in 1776. Continue on to Historic Richmond Town, New York City's only historic village.
Interred in Staten Island's hallowed grounds are some interesting characters from the Borough's past. Today, you are invited to view their final resting place in our many beautiful and serene cemeteries.