4. Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, Staten Island

Snug Harbor Botanical Garden

While indoor locations at the Cultural Center and Botanical Garden at Snug Harbor remain closed, the main grounds and gardens are open and free to all who want to visit. Snug Harbor hopes that the gardens will serve as “an urban oasis for the health and wellness” of the community.

Public programming, including operating hours for the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art and the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden, are still suspended until further notice. For now, guests can visit any of the other various garden areas, including the White Garden, Rose Garden, and Healing Garden.