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The Weather on Staten Island
The above is a climate diagram for Staten Island. July is the warmest month on Staten Island with average maximum temperatures of 84°. Conversely, January is the coolest month on Staten Island, with temperatures going under 23° The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
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Making Staten Island your base while in New York City is a great idea, especially when traveling with children. With a more suburban feel, it provides a welcome retreat from the bustle of the other four suburbs, yet has plenty to keep visitors entertained.
Staten Island is home to many artists who want to be near to Manhattan but without living there. This means it has a vibrant arts scene of its own, with galleries peppering the island.
Located in Rosebank, Alice Austen House is dedicated to the fascinating life and works of photographer Alice Austen, yet it also hosts exhibitions on contemporary photography. The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is another local highlight, featuring everything from paintings to digital media.
Staten Island with Kids
Take the little ones to the Staten Island Children’s Museum and watch them have fun exploring different themed zones, including pirate ships and fire trucks. Staten Island Zoo, renowned for its rattlesnake collection, is also sure to keep kids happy.
Older children may enjoy catching a game at Richmond County Bank Ballpark. During warm summer days, a swim at South Beach is a popular option, while during winter, ice skating on Clove Lake offers fun for the whole family.
Staten Island's key attractions
Architecture buffs will love Staten Island and its distinctive buildings. Take a walk through St Paul's, where you'll find streets lined with historic mansions, including Avenue-Stapleton Heights. Be sure to stop by the Gothic revival St Paul's Episcopal Church.
Historic Richmond Town features lovingly restored buildings dating from the 19th century, while St. George Historic District is another worthwhile place for a stroll.
Staten Island Museum is a unique attraction bringing together fascinating exhibits on natural science, art, and history. Fun events and interactive areas make this a great choice for the whole family. The National Lighthouse Museum and Fort Wadsworth are also well worth visiting.
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