- Snug Harbor Cultural Center dedicated to art, education, music and history is located on an 83-acre site that was formerly home to thousands of retired sailors. Today it is a cultural landmark for Staten Island. There are 28 buildings; some of which have been converted into the Veterans Memorial Hall, the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, the John A. Noble collection of Maritime art, and the Staten Island Children's Museum. There is a cafeteria and gift shop on site, and the Staten Island Botanic Gardens is located here.
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