Bring a blanket and have a picnic! Enjoy classic outdoor games like giant jenga and cornhole before warming up by the fire and making some delicious s’mores. We’re also adding new menu items for fall such as Roggenfest fall beer and warm apple cider!
Harvest season at Historic Richmond Town’s Decker Farm is fun for the entire family! Picka. pumpkin to take home, enjoy an old-fashioned hayride, corn maze, arts and crafts, face-painting and all of your favorite autumnal activities!
The Rotary Clubs of Staten Island and Rolling Thunder are once again organizing the Staten Island Oktoberfest. There will be entertainment, vendors, food, and fun. All Proceeds will go to helping Veterans in need. Don’t let the kids stop you from coming out. There are plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy!
A local favorite for nearly six decades, Old Home Day, returns to the village Sunday, October 20th, featuring historic trades demonstrations, music, food, crafts, and sweet treats. The world of the past comes alive—and you may even rekindle your own memories of Richmond Town!
In the nostalgic spirit of an old-fashioned community Halloween, visitors will enjoy a safe, fun trick-or-treating experience, while visiting historic structures, catching mystifying shows and sampling delicious halloween-y treats!
This self-guided tour allows visitors to explore the story of the 1860s origins of the Thanksgiving holiday and the foodways reflected in the menu.
A nostalgic family favorite for decades, Christmas in Richmond Town returns just in time to ring in the season! Visit New York City’s most complete historic village all dressed up for Christmas! Take an old-fashioned carriage ride down historic Center Street and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of winter in the country. Partake in warm apple cider and hot mulled wine as a classic bell choir fills your heart with comfort and joy!
Step back through time and taste, smell, and touch the holiday celebrations of centuries past. Evening tours led by candlelight showcase more than three hundred years of yuletide on Staten Island, where culture and foodways from all over world combine to create something that is uniquely New York.