The Climate Museum Hub

Admiral’s house, governors island

September 21 — october 31

Explore the Museum’s first temporary space, generously donated by the Trust for Governors Island and located at the Admiral’s House in the Island’s Nolan Park. We’ve repurposed this colonial-era home to present an exhibition and an interactive feature, described below.

Join us on Friday, September 21, 7-9pm for the opening reception. RSVP here.

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Climate Changers of New York

This photography exhibition features large-scale portraits of inspiring New Yorkers who are making a difference on climate. Photographs by David Noles; presented in partnership with the New York City Climate Action Alliance.

Create Your Own Climate Signal

Learn more about the Museum’s current citywide exhibition, Climate Signals by Justin Brice Guariglia, and create and share your own “climate signal” in this interactive room.  

Plan Your Visit

GOVERNORS ISLAND HOURS:
Monday to Friday, 10am - 6pm
Saturday to Sunday, 10am - 7pm


TAKING THE FERRY:
Governors Island is not accessible by vehicle or subway. You can get there on the Governors Island Ferry or the NYC Ferry.

From Manhattan: The Governors Island Ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building, 10 South Street (click here for schedules). The NYC Ferry - East River Route also serves Governors Island on weekends only (click here for schedules).

From Brooklyn (weekends only): The Governors Island ferry departs from Pier 6 at Brooklyn Bridge Park on weekends only (click here for schedules). The NYC Ferry - South Brooklyn route also serves Governors Island on weekends only (click here for schedules).


ON GOVERNORS ISLAND:

Once you arrive at Governors Island, follow signs to Nolan Park. The Climate Museum Hub is located on the Northeastern corner of the Park.

While you’re on Governors Island, make sure to find the two nearby signboards that are part of our citywide Climate Signals exhibition by Justin Brice Guariglia, located by Castle Williams and Yankee Pier.

 
 

Climate Signals

Citywide Art Installation

September 1 — November 6

Climate Signals is a citywide outdoor art installation by artist Justin Brice Guariglia, presented by the Climate Museum, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office — Climate Policy and Programs. From September 1 to November 6, ten solar-powered highway signs will flash text to draw passers-by into the climate conversation.

Learn more about the locations, programming, partnerships, and more on our Climate Signals website: