To help bring back this community asset, a benefit concert will be held at Historic Richmond Town in the Third County Courthouse on Saturday, March 16, 2019 featuring the music of Irish Stout. All tickets sales from this event will enable Historic Richmond Town to make the crucial repairs to the Tavern.
Renowned living historians from the Hannibal Guard will present an immersive living history program at Historic Richmond Town’s Main Village site on Saturday and Sunday, March 30th and 31st. The weekend- long event will showcase the important contributions of African American soldiers during the American Civil War.
Amazing grill masters and saucy royalty from all over the East Coast and Canada will smoke-up the streets of Historic Richmond Town at New York City’s only Officially Sanctioned Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) Cookoff.
It's springtime at Historic Richmond Town! Celebrate the return of warm weather with spring themed activities, such as our famous Easter egg hunts, flower crown crafts for kids and genuine family fun. Grab your pastels and join us on April 20th (pastels optional)!
The Official New York State Cook-Off for the International Chili Society (ICS). Includes chili sampling, judging, cash prizes, amusements, and live entertainment. Winners chosen from Historic Richmond Town will go to the world championships!
Sell your wares or simply browse the chachkies. Bring the whole family! For the American Picker in all of us.
New York City’s premiere outdoor wine and food festival returns to Historic Richmond Town’s Main Village site!
Celebrate our nation’s independence with old-fashioned family fun!
A family favorite for decades, Civil War Weekend returns to Historic Richmond Town’s Main Village site this summer! Join us August 9th through August 11th as premiere living history organization, The Liberty Rifles, presents a two-day long immersive program highlighting the service of native Staten Islanders during the American Civil War!
The Staten Island Historical Society at Historic Richmond Town works to preserve and present centuries of American life by celebrating the ordinary people, from every background, who have worked together to build an extraordinary country. The site and its structures are not bound to a narrow time period and are not limited to a famous event. Our region's history is a platform to share about American growth through the centuries.
“History is not made alone on the battlefield, nor in the deeds of great men, but equally as well in the everyday life of the farmer, artisan, professional man, or housewife”
- Loring McMillen, Founder of Historic Richmond Town.