Youngsters can explore a two-story child-sized home and learn how to tile its bathroom, shingle its roof, lay pipes and fix wires. The exhibit also addresses construction on a broader scale, challenging children to configure Staten Island's buildings in new ways and to compare the borough's housing with that in other nations.
|Venue name:||Staten Island Children's Museum||Contact:|
1000 Richmond Terr
|Cross street:||at Snug Harbor Rd|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Fri noon–5pm; Sat, Sun 10am–5pm|
|Price:||Free with museum admission|