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Historic Richmond Town [NY]

Historic Richmond Town is New York City's living history village and museum complex. Visitors can explore the diversity of the American experience, especially that of Staten Island and its neighboring communities, from the colonial period to the present. The village area occupies 25 acres of a 100-acre site with about 15 restored buildings, including homes and commercial and civic buildings, as well as a museum.

The site offers exhibits, tours, demonstrations, educational programs, workshops, and recreational and educational events (including living history events).

 
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