Lighthouse Museum
National Lighthouse Museum
Promenade at Lighthouse Point #200 - PO Box 10296
Staten Island, New York 10301
Tel. # 718 390 0040

Future of iconic Staten Island Lighthouse in hands of those linked to its past
We'd like to share this article posted on SILive written by Dr. Gracelyn Santos - The National Lighthouse Museum and Esposito Family have combined forces to maintain the Staten Island Range Light
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The iconic 1912 Staten Island Island Lighthouse, located on Lighthouse Hill, is under new stewardship, it was recently announced. 
The U.S. Coast Guard has entrusted the care of the lighthouse to the National Lighthouse Museum and the family of the late Joseph N. Esposito, who served as the caretaker of the lighthouse from 1992 until his retirement in 2001. 
Partnering with Elizabeth A. Campbell (nee Esposito) and the rest of the Esposito family, the museum will be responsible for the yard and tower maintenance. 
“I am so honored to say that the legacy of my father, ‘Lighthouse Joe,’ will continue through his children and grandchildren who will now care for the lighthouse as he did," said Campbell.
Esposito, who was dedicated to the preservation of lighthouses, died in 2005. 
Pictured above is the Esposito family along with Tina Cuadrado, curator of the National Lighthouse Museum, and Johnny Rivera of the U.S. Coast Guard. 
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SUITABLE for the boat-owner and HOMEOWNERS this seminar will cover such topics as: 

Characteristics of a hurricane 
Storm Surges 
Heavy Rainfall 
Securing and storing your vessel 
Securing your home 
Hurricane checklist 
First Aid
And more! 
$10 per person; $5 for members 

Wednesday, August 14, 2019
6 pm - 8 pm
National Lighthouse Museum, 200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, St. George, (adjacent to the FREE Staten Island Ferry) Staten Island, NY 10301
For Info/Reservations...., Tel.# 718 390 0040


Encircle Staten Island,NY

Explore fascinating and mysterious sites unfamiliar to most New Yorkers on this memorable boat ride, one that encircles Staten Island taking you past critical points of maritime interest and the historically rich Shooters, Prall, Hoffman and Swineburn Islands. Lighthouses described and seen on this exciting tour include: Robbin’s Reef, Great Beds, Prince’s Bay, Staten Island’s Rear Range, (site of the Old Orchard Shoals Lighthouse destroyed by Sandy in 2012), New Dorp, Elmtree Beacon and the Battery Weed Light of Fort Wadsworth. 

Date: Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
Leaving from Pier 1, Adjacent to the National Lighthouse Museum, 200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point,  St. George, (adjacent to the FREE Staten Island Ferry) Staten Island, NY.

Cost: Adults $62. Seniors $52, Children under 10 $42