We are delighted to introduce you to one of the most interesting communities in New York City, City Island, a small island with a rich nautical history. Much of its colorful past is preserved in the Museum, which is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. and by special appointment; admission is $5; members are free. Click these links for information about the exhibits, group tours, including school groups, and for a walking tour of City Island.

 

 

 

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 A new exhibition!
Artists’ views of the old City Island Bridge, which will be on view beginning
Saturday, June 17.

 

For a fabulous series of videos and photographs, visit The New City Island Bridge on Facebook, created by James and Tommy Breen. Best of all, take a look at a Two-Part Video Version by James Breen of the talk about yacht building on City Island given by Tom Nye last year. For those interested in arranging special tours or for those doing genealogical or historical research, please send an email to info@cityislandmuseum.org.

 

 

 

 

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The next time (and every time) you shop at Amazon, go to

select the City Island Historical Society as your charity of choice, and 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases will be made to the Nautical Museum.

The museum's programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, thanks to Council Member James Vacca, and by the Bronx Council on the Arts through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Greater New York Arts Development Fund Regrants Program, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and the Bronx Delegation of the City Council. The City Island Nautical Museum was granted a permanent charter by the Board of Regents of the New York State Board of Education on January 11, 2012. And, on the basis of a careful consideration of the history and the architecture of the building at 190 Fordham Street in which the museum is housed, the Landmarks Preservation Commissioned Public School 102 (later Public School 17, The City Island School) a landmark because of its “special character and a special historical and aesthetic interest and value as part of the development, heritage and cultural characteristics of New York City.



The City Island Nautical Museum was granted a permanent charter by the Board of Regents of the New York State Board of Education on January 11, 2012. And, on the basis of a careful consideration of the history and the architecture of the building at 190 Fordham Street in which the museum is housed, the Landmarks Preservation Commissioned Public School 102 (later Public School 17, The City Island School) a landmark because of its “special character and a special historical and aesthetic interest and value as part of the development, heritage and cultural characteristics of New York City.

The City Island Nautical Museum wishes to thank the following City Island businesses that have become Corporate Members.

 

 

Consolidated Yachts, Inc.

KEE Electric

Leonard Hawkins American Legion Post 156

Morris Yacht Club

Seafood City

A-Quality Glass

CI Construction

City Island Diner

City Island Sunoco

City Island Yacht Club

190 Fordham Street, City Island, NY 10464
718-885-0008