Noble Maritime Collection

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Noble Maritime Collection
4.5
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Located on the grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, this art and maritime history museum centers on the art and writings of John A. Noble (1913-1983.)
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dfs274@aol.com
Staten Island, NY15 contributions
Amazingly pristine
May 2018 • Friends
This museum is run so well with such few but dedicated staff. The exhibits are interesting and the classes are great.
Written September 16, 2018
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Lance H
Staten Island, NY1,418 contributions
John Noble Heaven!
Jun 2018 • Solo
John Noble's work, especially his stone lithographs are not for everyone. However, the quality of his draftsmanship is without question exceptional. His work is very masculine. Truly capturing the grit of a sea life era that has passed. I must add that the collection is more than just work by Noble. There are many interesting maritime artifacts. This is really a delightful stop on Staten Island!
Written August 23, 2018
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Embert j espinal
New York City, NY242 contributions
A Remarkable Hidden Gem of a museum!!
Jul 2018 • Family
When I step inside I said "WAO"Its a Great,awesome,stunning museum,We decided to see the musuem first,because of the time.Snug harbor has many places to visit around.We saw what we could after the musuem.It took us about 2 hours.We took our time exploring and reading.The place has alot of history,alot of artifacts.3 floors for you to explore.Alot to read about staten islands famous lighthouse,and the story of a very brave lady who was the keeper there.I felt like a young salior as i walk around looking and taking pictures.Its a must see when visiting snugharbor.A donation is need it,which would be very helpful for the museum.The other museums are a must see also,which we didnt had the time,because after the musuem we wanted to explore around and take our time.But we plan to return soon,because we didnt get to see the rest of the other hidden Gems inside snugharbor,hope you do!!
Written July 30, 2018
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Margaret G
Lowestoft, UK1,141 contributions
CHECK THE OPENING TIMES.
May 2018 • Couples
We were very lucky to get in, this is a lovely museum in a great old building with lots of character and info. Well laid out and Ciro who let us in was a lovely guy. The whole area is a tribute to Staten Island for not knocking the buildings down and re building.
Written June 25, 2018
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Peter F
Staten Island, NY1,576 contributions
Noble collection
Nov 2017 • Couples
This Collection is a nice representation of John Noble. There are a good number of his paintings and lithographs here in addition to artifacts and everyday item belonging to him including his houseboat.
Written December 18, 2017
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Patricia T
Staten Island, NY6 contributions
Maritime derelicts
May 2016 • Couples
Rather than the pretty vision if Soutth Street these drawings and other artistic renderings show a picture of the waterfront as the maritime world changed with realistic renderings of derelict hulks among the images of a byegone era

Written April 10, 2017
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Keren R
Bagan, Myanmar303 contributions
Don't miss the amazing free collection
Apr 2017 • Solo
One of my trip pearl which I discovered by accident was this noble maritime collection. Amazing free exhibition of ships, sailor's life and all so beautiful and peaceful.
Written April 7, 2017
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Anonymous
Staten Island, NY22 contributions
Fine permanent & changing exhibits --plus Isle's best nonprofit cocktail party
Nov 2015 • Friends
Every November this museum sponsors a combined fine art auction and cocktail party that is as splendid as their permanent and changing exhibits, gift shop and children's & adult educational experiences. Go visit: It's a gem of a sail.
Written August 25, 2016
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Georgiasky
St. Marys, GA34 contributions
Great venue
May 2016 • Family
Great for young and old alike. The art work is fantastic. Noble was a very interesting person and wonderful artist.
Written May 23, 2016
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LISA M
42 contributions
Beautiful space for a party!
Jun 2015 • Family
CHoose to hold a small party to celebrate a second wedding reception. The staff at the Noble Maritime were extremely knowledgeable about party planning and the museum was impeccable, the guests were pleasantly surprised you could check out the collection during the party..Highly recommended for a small gathering in a unique setting.
Written January 13, 2016
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