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By car from New Jersey: Take the Goethals Bridge east to route 278 East. Exit at Richmond Road/Clove Road. (Do not take the Richmond Avenue exit.) Follow the service road to the first light, make a left, and follow Clove Road to Richmond Terrace, where you can go no further. Make a right on Richmond Terrace and follow it until you come to Snug Harbor on the right; it is marked by a black, wrought-iron fence. Go past Snug Harbor to Tysen Street; make a right on Tysen Street, then make the next right on to Fillmore Street, and enter the parking lot of Snug Harbor, which is immediately on your left inside the Snug Harbor fence.
Take the Bayonne Bridge and continue south on Willowbrook Parkway (a.k.a. Rte 440) to the Morningstar Road exit and at the end of the ramp, turn right onto Morningstar Road. Continue on Morningstar Road to Richmond Terrace and turn right. Snug Harbor Cultural Center will be 2.5 miles further on your right. Follow the signs for the Noble Maritime Collection in building D.
By car from Brooklyn and outer boroughs: Take the lower level of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge west to Route 278 West; stay in the right lane on the bridge and exit at Bay Street, the first exit after the bridge. Take the service road to the light, make a left, and follow Bay Street five miles, past the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, to Tysen Street on the left. Make a left on Tysen Street, then the next right on Fillmore Street, and enter the parking lot immediately on the left.
Once you have parked: Walk out of the parking lot, across Chapel Road, and down East Randall Way. Follow East Randall Way up to the Neptune Fountain on the right, to the front lawn of Snug Harbor overlooking the water. The Noble Maritime Collection is the second building on the left.
Parking and Entrance for the Disabled: To reach our parking for the disabled, enter at Tysen Street, make the very first right. It is marked “Access for the Disabled to the Noble Maritime Collection ONLY.” Follow that road, East Randall Way, past the Music Hall construction project on your left. At the fork in the asphalt path, make a sharp left. Drive approximately 15 feet until you can go no further, and turn right. The handicapped parking spot is approximately 15’ down the slight incline. To reach the handicapped accessible entrance to the museum, leave the parking spot, turn right, and walk down Shinbone Alley to the windowed door at the back of the museum. Ring the bell on the left side of the door, and our staff will welcome you.