Since my grandfather was once a board member of Sailor's Snug Harbor, I had to visit! This icon of early New York social services, now being renovated bit by bit into community and arts centers and museum space, remains with its four or five classic marble-columned buildings facing New York harbor. In two visits now, I've seen an exhibit of how the retired sailors lived here (not a bad life at all), an exquisite exhibit of sailing and busy harbor life, and a wonderful garden with a variety of aspects to investigate. Free parking, and close to the free Staten Island Ferry. I hope they find the ongoing funding they need.