Borough Hall is one of the six attractions advertised by www.VisitStatenIsland.com in their leaflet 'Fun awaits you just off the ferry'. We boarded the Staten Island Ferry for free ride from Manhattan and went just across the road outside the St. George ferry terminal to see this great hall which is in fact the office of the borough president.
The building is impressive, but nothing so very special was seen inside, except a hall on ground floor where on the walls you will find 12 or 13 Mural paintings depicting the history of how Staten Island was found in 1524 by Giovanni da Verrazano, and ending with Bayonne Bridge Under Construction in 1930s.
It is well advised to see this hall if you have enough time in hand and if you are in Staten Island for any other important purpose; not just for this hall to see it.; although it is free Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm.......
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