The “Junior Passport to Staten Island” provides a fun, creative way to visit various well-known and less well-known special sites throughout the borough.
The “Passport” is a map of Staten Island that can be attached to your refrigerator with a magnet until your next adventure. Around the map is a series of boxes that can be filled in with a date and a stamp from the locations you visit.
After visiting 5 of the 25 sites on the “Staten Island Legacy Trail,” you can redeem your map for a small prize. Take a photo of each site as evidence of your visit. There are ten redemption sites listed below. At the end of the year, we will offer cash prizes to youth who visit all 25 sites and write a short photo essay about their favorite site. You can write to firstname.lastname@example.org at any time with questions about the contest. Boy and Girl Scout troops, school and afterschool groups as well as families are encouraged to get involved.
Visit the following sites for a blank copy of the passport (or download from here) and to redeem prizes after visiting 5 or more of the 25 sites:
Fort Wadsworth Visitor Center, 120 New York Ave.
Greenbelt Nature Center, 700 Rockland Avenue, Sea View.
Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Ave.
Huguenot Park Library, 830 Huguenot Ave.
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, 338 Lighthouse Ave., Lighthouse Hill
St. George Library Center, 5 Central Ave.
Staten Island Museum, 75 Stuyvesant Pl, St. George. and the History Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Snug Harbor Bldg H.
Todt Hill-Westerleigh Library, 2550 Victory Blvd.
Tottenville Library, NYPL 7430 Amboy Rd.
si350 Junior Passport Trail in a larger mapView