Staten Island is the most rural of all the boroughs but it does have it's share of
sights for visitors.

Verrazano Narrows Bridge
A spectacular looking suspension bridge that connects Staten Island to Brooklyn
and provides the shortest way of going to Long Island from the middle atlantic
states.  When built in 1964, the Verrazano was the longest suspension bridge in
the world.  The Staten Island side of the bridge serves as the home to the start of
the annual New York City marathon.

Staten Island Ferry
The Staten Island ferry is the most popular way Staten Islanders get to Manhattan.
One reason it is so popular is because the New York City subway does not go
out to Staten Island.  Another reason for its popularity is that it's free (now that's a
real New York deal!).  Connecting St. George Terminal in Staten Island to
Whitehall Terminal in lower Manhattan, the Ferry transports 19 million people
annually across the 5.2 mile stretch. This is also the cheapest and most convenient
way of getting an up close view of the Statue of Liberty.

Richmond County Ballpark
Richmond County Ballpark at St. George is the minor league home of the Staten
Island Yankees (New York Penn League - Class A).  This newly built ballpark is
built on the water with the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty as its