Staten Island Children's Museum

The Children's Museum is a fun and sociable day out where your little ones can get involved in interactive workshops where they can learn about the world around them through activities.

The New York Pass FREE ENTRY to the Staten Island Children's Museum Normally $8.00 - Free with New York Pass

Stop by the Staten Island Children's Museum and experience New York's one and only indoor-outdoor interactive museum for children.

Kids will have a blast at the museum as they learn and play with several hands-on exhibitions that will teach them about bugs, water and world exploration. You will also find children's workshops and special performances are the norm at the Staten Island Children's Museum. This is a great environment for kids to learn more about the world around them as well as make friends with other children.


Bug Exhibit
In this exciting installation, children are able to crawl through a human sized ant hill. They will also have the opportunity to see a caterpillar's transformation and the birth of a bee.

House About It
Work with real construction tools and see a house in its initial stages. Children also get the chance to decorate and test out their design skills.

Did You Know

  • The Staten Island Children's Museum was actually founded by a group of parents in 1974.

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Getting to Staten Island Children's Museum

Getting to Staten Island Children's Museum

  • Staten Island Children's Museum 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301
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Opening Times

During school year:
Tuesday to Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm

Summer holidays:
Tuesday to Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm


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