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Noble Maritime Collection, Staten Island

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#7 of 9 in Museums in Staten Island
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  • This museum is run so well with such few but dedicated staff. The exhibits are interesting and the classes are great. 
    This museum is run so well with such few but dedicated staff. The exhibits are interesting and the classes are great.  more »
  • John Noble's work, especially his stone lithographs are not for everyone. However, the quality of his draftsmanship is without question exceptional. His work is very masculine. Truly capturing the... 
    John Noble's work, especially his stone lithographs are not for everyone. However, the quality of his draftsmanship is without question exceptional. His work is very masculine. Truly capturing the...  more »
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  • Beautiful grounds the kids loved playing there great place for a picnic. Or of you want to snap some nice pictures there's a lot of options from scenery or ponds old houses Chinese garden.... Then you have the main attraction the Maritime museum it's an educational and a Hans on museum the kids will live playing with the ship bells and wheels while the adults can see salvaged ship wrecks. Would recommend it for adults and kids alike. But be sure to call before to make sure everything is open.
  • We came late in the day with only time for one museum and chose this one and happy we did. It’s a little hidden but plenty of signs to guide you to the front door where you have to ring a bell to be let in. We were greeted by a museum host who gave us information on how touring. It’s three floors and takes about 45 minutes to an hour to walk through. Wish we went with the audio tour but walk through had signs to read through. This museum is so cozy and you can go through at your own pace without feeling rushed. Really interesting items on display and would definitely recommend. They have an elevator for those who need and a great little museum shop. Donations were asked but not required for entry. Looking forward to returning.

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