Gracing the historic grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, the Noble Maritime Collection is a major catalyst for further advancement of the site, for volunteerism to improve community life, and for the preservation and study of art and maritime history. Located on an 83-acre site, the Noble Marine Collection is housed in a building that is a museum piece itself. The museum has been named after John A. Noble. An Academician of the National Academy of Design, Noble was the recipient of its most prestigious awards, including two Henry LeGrand Cannon Prizes and the Samuel Finley Breese Morse Medal. An Associate of the Society of American Graphic Artists and Audubon Artists, his work is included in the permanent collections of several institutions both in this country and abroad. The Noble Maritime Collections includes an education program with art, history, drama, music, and boat trips to the ships‘ graveyards of New York.
Location: 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building D, Staten Island