• Alice Austen House

    The Alice Austen House fosters creative expression, explores personal identity, and educates and inspires the public through the interpretation of the photographs, life and historic home of pioneering American photographer, Alice Austen (1866-1952).

     

    Original photograph featuring Alice Austen on the front porch of Clear Comfort, possibly printed in upstairs darkroom.  Enlarge
  • Museum Hours

    Monday-CLOSED

    Tuesday - Friday  1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Saturday and Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

     THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING FROM THURSDAY 11/28-MONDAY 12/1. 

     

     

  • Deliberate Acts: The Alice Austen Triennial of Photography

    More information HERE

     

    Photo credit: Stephen Obisanya, a selected artist featured in our last Triennial of Photography  Enlarge
  • Austen's Work

    Alice Austen was one of the first women photographers in this country to work outside the confines of a studio. She is best known as a documentary photographer - a style of photography unusual until the 20th century. With a natural instinct for photojournalism some 40 years before that word was coined, she saw the world with a clear eye and photographed the people and places in it, as they actually appeared.

    Hester Street, Egg stand group. Thursday, April 18, 1895.  Enlarge
  • Site Rentals

    Celebrate your special event on the historic, waterfront grounds of the Alice Austen House. Weddings, private dinners, cocktail parties, and more!

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    Alberto Lama for Unveiled Weddings  Enlarge
  • Alice Austen with her bicycle, she was an early advocate for women cyclists  Enlarge
Plan Your Visit

HOURS AND ADMISSION

THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING FROM THURSDAY 11/28-MONDAY 12/1

WINTER HOURS

Tuesday-Friday: 1pm-4pm

Saturday-Sunday: 11am–4pm

Closed Mondays 

$5.00  admission. 

The grounds are open every day until dusk. 

Groups of 10 or more must book their visit in advance

 

LOCATION

2 Hylan Blvd at Edgewater Street, Staten Island - located two miles south of the Staten Island Ferry terminal and one mile north of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

 

CONTACT

718 816 4506 x 10 or info@aliceausten.org

 

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