National Lighthouse Museum
numerous exhibits preserve and share the history of American lighthouses through education programs, films, festivals and living history
Everyone always misses this place. It is located right next to the Staten Island Ferry, but it is down a little cobble side street and the area is being renovated.... the museum is open and is so awesome ! we were given a private tour by the Retired Fire Chief... The Views of the Forgotten Water…
The National Lighthouse Museum is very much a work in progress on the grounds of the former U.S. Lighthouse Service “Super” Depot on the North Shore of Staten Island.
“Local Bar - serves good burgers and basic food. Pool table with live music and the after work crowd”
“This is a New Orleans Style Restaurant - Really good food and small bar. They have Jazz and Tarot Card Readings and with the southern style food you should order the traditional sweet tea or of course a cocktail - YUMMY!”
“Brewery with a taproom offering beers like American Pale Ale & Dark Mild by the pint & growler.”
“built in 1690 as a one-room Dutch farmhouse. It is listed as a historic landmark and was restored in the mid-1980s and in 2017. It is designated a National LGBTQ Landmark. “The Alice Austen House fosters creative expression, explores personal identity, and educates and inspires the public through the interpretation of the photographs, life and historic home of pioneering American photographer, Alice Austen ”