The Museum is open Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.,
Weekends, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is CLOSED most Mondays.
Special Member-Only hours, Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Sometimes the Museum gets crowded with school groups from 10 to noon–feel free to call ahead to check!)
The mission of the Staten Island Children’s Museum is to nurture the creativity and curiosity natural to all children, to recognize and celebrate different learning styles, and to demonstrate vividly that learning can be exciting and fun.
Staten Island Children’s Museum
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301
Phone: (718) 273-2060 | Fax: (718) 273-2836
On the grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center
Admission is $6 per person, ages 1 and up.
Members are admitted FREE.
Grandparents are FREE on Wednesdays.
For group visits, call 718-273-2060 ext. 137
Designated parking locations are found in the East Parking Lot, opposite the Children’s Museum and just inside the Fillmore Street entrance.Public transportation:
To get to the Children’s Museum, take the Staten Island Ferry, then hop on the S40 bus at the St. George Ferry Terminal to the Snug Harbor Road stop. (5-10 minutes)MapDriving:
From Staten Island Expressway (Rte. 278) take Exit 13A (Clove Road ). Proceed to Clove Road intersection and turn North on Clove Road (right if coming from Brooklyn, left if coming from New Jersey). Take Clove Road six traffic lights to Bard Avenue. Turn Right on Bard Avenue and follow to the end (Richmond Terrace). Turn right on Richmond Terrace and go three blocks to Tysen Street. Turn Right on Tysen and go one block to Fillmore Street . Turn right and enter Snug Harbor gates. Parking for the Children’s Museum is immediately to the left of the entrance.Map
Time to register for summer camp!
June 29 – July 3 Green Thumb Camp
July 6 – July 10 Arty Camp
July 13 – July 17 Cooking Camp
July 20 – July 24 Construction Camp
July 27 – July 31 Discovery Camp
Aug 3 – Aug 7 Arty Camp
Aug 10 – Aug 14 Theater Camp
Aug 17 – Aug 21 Cooking Camp
Aug 24 – Aug 28 Critter Camp
Aug 31 – Sept 4 Summertime Fun Camp
Visit here for more information and to register today. SICM Members book by May 15 and receive a FREE Camp Tee Shirt & String Bag! Don’t forget to ask about our lunch option.
Every Wednesday in July & August is a Boogie Woogie Wednesday!
Free admission begins at 5;
Snacks at 6;
Start dancing at 7!
Here’s the line-up:
July 1 – Belly Dancing with Anna Pipoyan
July 8 – African Dance with Harambee Dance Company
July 15 –Chinese Tradition with the NY Chinese Cultural Center
July 22 –Tap Dance with Johnea Dupont
July 29 –Salsa with Lorenz Studio
Aug. 5 – Irish Step with Dawn Daniels
Aug. 12 –Israeli Folkdancing with Tina Rinkowitz
Aug. 19 -Russian Traditional with Mikhail Smirnov
Aug. 26 -Jazz Dancing with Walter Rutledge
A Thank You to our Supporters!
The annual Carnival & Science Spectacular is a major fundraiser for the Staten Island Children’s Museum. We sincerely thank our museum members and the entire community for your support. Your ticket purchases and attendance allows the Museum to continue to be a family-friendly destination and partner in our children’s education. Funds raised help the museum and in part, go to support free programs such as free access to the Museum for children living in foster care and a free return visit to every Staten Island child who visits the Museum as part of a class trip. Your support means so much to us, on behalf of the Board of trustees and employees, we sincerely thank you for your generosity.
Please join us in thanking our sponsors, whose generosity allowed us to produce such a fabulous Carnival & Science Spectacular!
Time Warner Cable
Richmond County Savings Bank
The Staten Island Advance
Alecia Giovinazzo, MD
David & Marilyn Ceci
Katherine & John Connors
The Laub Family
Crawford, Bringslid, Vanderneut, LLP
Russo, Scamardella & D’Amato
Wagner College ASCD SLT
MLM Public Relations
Our very generous raffle donors:
Richmond County Savings Bank
M. McCabe, Esq., Vandenberg & Feliu
Liberty Science Center
St. George Theatre
NY Historical Society & Library
American Museum of Natural History
Top of the Rock
The New Victory Theater
The wonderful organizations who demonstrated that STEM can be fun:
Dr. Jennifer Lauria & the Wagner College SLT
Staten Island Tech High School
Tottenville High School
Xavarian High School
St. Clare’s School
SI Makerspace and PS 48
Staten Island Museum
Staten Island Zoo
NYC Compost Project @ Snug Harbor Cultural Center
Time Warner Cable
Child Mind Institute: Healthy Brain Network
And, Carnival Chairpersons Patrick Raftery & Diana Lagrua, Museum Trustees, staff, interns and volunteers.