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What you should know about Staten Island

Take a break from the lightning-fast pace of central New York in peaceful Staten Island—a relaxing neighborhood packed with parks, natural beauty, culture, and nightlife. With family-friendly attractions ranging from a wild zoo to boardwalk-lined beaches, Staten Island offers a leisurely getaway in a borough that’s just a short ferry ride from central Manhattan. Staten Island is a great place to enjoy a mix of outdoor activities, historic architecture, and cuisine from all over the world.

Hotels in Staten Island


There is a wide selection of accommodation in Staten Island, with a number of bed-and-breakfasts and good-quality mid-range hotels. For a cozy, personal experience, base your vacation in a small Staten Island B&B like the Harbor House Bed & Breakfast, situated in an idyllic seaside location. If you prefer the convenience of a larger Staten Island hotel, enjoy the comfort of the Hilton Garden Inn New York/Staten Island. Accommodation such as this offer a comfortable, affordable, and family-friendly place to stay.

Things to see in Staten Island


Getting to and from Staten Island is a sightseeing experience in itself. Take the free ferry that runs back and forth to Manhattan, and relax as you travel past the Statue of Liberty, historic Ellis Island, and world-famous New York skyline. Take a walk on the wild side with a trip to the Staten Island Zoo, perfect if you're looking for a family-friendly day out. With more than 170 parks, Staten Island is a paradise for those who love nature and the freedom of the outdoors. Wander the beaches, salt marshes, and nature trails at Great Kills Park, one of the island's best parks. Staten Island is also home to one of the world's longest boardwalks—the Franklin D Roosevelt Boardwalk—where you can take a stroll and stop for some seafood or ice-cream along the way. For a more urban experience, head to the diners, bars, and historic attractions of the North Shore.

Good for families


If you're planning a family vacation in Staten Island, you’ll find the neighborhood is full of outdoor and indoor activities that are perfectly tailored to keep kids happily occupied. Staten Island's abundant wildlife, parks, beaches, and trails make it a fantastic area for hiking, fishing, and leisurely picnics. Rent bikes or kayaks, and experience Staten Island and the distant New York skyline from a completely different viewpoint. Children will enjoy a trip to the zoo or to one of the island’s many museums, there's even a dedicated Children's Museum. There's also plenty of family-friendly accommodation in Staten Island, with a good choice of kid-friendly restaurants and cafés too.

How to get to Staten Island


The foot-passenger ferry from Manhattan to the Bay Street terminal on Staten Island is a spectacular way to get to the island while taking in the numerous sights along the way. For those traveling by car or bus, Staten Island is connected to Brooklyn by the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, while 3 separate bridges connect Staten Island to New Jersey. Although there is no subway or rail line to Staten Island, Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) bus lines and the Staten Island Railway provide the best way to get around the island itself. The nearest airport to Staten Island is Newark Liberty International Airport, a 30-minute car ride away.

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