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Entry to Historic Richmond Town on Staten Island is free on Fridays. Admission is also always free for active duty military with ID

 

Historic Richmond Town

Historic Richmond Town is an original town and farm complex that dates back to the 1600s that operated as a historic site and museum that tells the stories life in earlier times.

There are 30 historic structures at the Richmond Town site, plus more at satellite locations.

The site is best visited during one of their special days or events. Special events and tours of various themes are conducted regularly to help visitors best experience the site. Upcoming events are listed on  the Historic Richmond Town website.

See visitor reviews of Historic Richmond Town at TripAdvisor.

 

Location

The Historic Richmond Town museum complex is located in the neighborhood of Richmondtown near the center of Staten Island, at the intersection of Richmond Road and Arthur Kill Road.

 

Hours and Admission Fee

Historic Richmond Town is open Wednesday through Sunday. Visit the Historic Richmond Town website to verify dates and hours.

The regular admission fee is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and students (ages 12 – 17), and $5 for children ages 4 – 11.

Admission on Fridays is free.

 

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