Staten Island Ferry, $Free. Runs every half hour and gets close enough to the statue of liberty to get a good picture! And you get to see the downtwon Manhattan skyline.  http://www.siferry.com/

Man jumps off Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry, $Free. Runs every half hour and gets close enough to the statue of liberty to get a good picture! And you get to see the downtwon Manhattan skyline. http://www.siferry.com/

Smorgasburg Williamsburg! Food, food, food. 10am-5pm Saturdays at the water front.

Smorgasburg Williamsburg! Food, food, food. 10am-5pm Saturdays at the water front.

The City Reliquary Museum. We have a friend that curates here and we'll go see Alan play here Friday night and then watch an 80's movie outside projected on a sheet in their back yard!

The City Reliquary Museum. We have a friend that curates here and we'll go see Alan play here Friday night and then watch an 80's movie outside projected on a sheet in their back yard!

East River Ferry, $4/trip or full circle, $12 all day pass, $15 all day pass with bike.

East River Ferry, $4/trip or full circle, $12 all day pass, $15 all day pass with bike.

A little bit hard to get to... The collections and library of the City Island Historical Society, a not-for-profit organization established in 1976, is housed in the City Island Nautical Museum, which is located in the old Public School 17 building at 190 Fordham Street on City Island in New York City.
The museum is open every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment.  http://www.cityislandmuseum.org/

A little bit hard to get to... The collections and library of the City Island Historical Society, a not-for-profit organization established in 1976, is housed in the City Island Nautical Museum, which is located in the old Public School 17 building at 190 Fordham Street on City Island in New York City. The museum is open every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment. http://www.cityislandmuseum.org/

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