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The Noble Maritime Collection
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The museum is housed in a former Sailors' Snug Harbor dormitory. The Noble Crew, a coalition of volunteers, worked on the adaptive reuse of the 1844 Greek Revival, National Historic Landmark building during the 1990s, and it now has galleries, classrooms, a library, archives and a print studio. The centerpiece exhibition is artist John A. Noble’s charming and unique houseboat studio, a 19th century teak yacht cabin which is restored and installed within the museum. The museum is also the steward of Robbins Reef Lighthouse in New York Bay, which the Noble Crew is currently restoring.

  • Days Closed:
    • Mon
    • Tue
    • Wed
  • Kid Friendly:
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Suggested Admission: The museum asks all visitors to donate what they feel comfortable paying as an admission fee. No one has to donate to be granted admission, and members and children under 10 are always free.
  • Pay What you Wish: Yes
Business Continuity
  • Re-Opening Status: Open - Limited Service/Capacity
  • Re-Opening Date: 2020-09-10
Facility Info
  • Largest Room 900
  • Total Sq. Ft. 2553
  • Reception Capacity 200
  • Theatre Capacity 120
  • Audio/Visual Services
  • Catering - In House
  • # of Private Rooms 4
  • Banquet Capacity 80
  • Classroom Capacity 60