Wednesday through Sunday, 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
wednesday through friday, 2:00 p.m.
saturday and Sunday, 1:30 p.m. & 3:00 p.m.
During these interpreter-led themed tours, costumed living-historians guide the visitor through furnished, period interiors of restored historic structures. The choice of buildings and interpretation are based on the theme of the day.
Experience the immersive sights, sounds, tastes, and aromas of the past as history comes alive through costumed interpreters and diverse public programs.
Stroll period streets and visit working shops and restored homes.
Relive the American farm experience with the open-hearth of an early 19th century kitchen.
Walk through the Third County Courthouse or sit at the bar in the historic Guyon Tavern. You will never believe you are still in New York City.
Browse the shelves of a nearly two-century old general store.
Discover where household items and furnishings come from, and how they are made, while discussing production and industry with masters of the historic trades.
$6.00 Seniors & Students (12-17)
$5.00 Children (4-11)
SUGGESTED DONATION fridays
441 Clarke Ave
Staten Island, NY 10306
Located in the heart of Staten Island, Historic Richmond Town is a 15-minute drive from all bridges and a 30-45 minute ride from the Staten Island ferry on the S74 bus. We have FREE parking. If you are visiting us from midtown Manhattan by public transportation you will have a relaxing trip via ferry but please expect 90 minutes of travel time to and from Historic Richmond Town.
Historic Richmond Town is a remarkable living-history village and museum complex that evokes 300 years of the history and culture of New York City. The stunningly expansive site offers a unique lens to learn and explore the American experience through one-of-a-kind visitor experiences that offer unparalleled historical insights that help bring the future into focus. With 43 landmarked structures on more than 100 acres of New York City parkland just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, Historic Richmond Town is a breathtaking glimpse into the City’s rural past.