National Park Service
The National Park Service is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Interior entrusted with the care of our nation’s national parks. Governors Island National Monument is one of more than 400 special places in the national park system saved by the American people for future generations. On Governors Island, the National Park Service preserves and protects Castle Williams and Fort Jay; provides educational opportunities about the coastal defense story and the harbor’s rich history and ecology; and works in partnership with organizations to promote stewardship, youth engagement, and memorable experiences.
Governors Island National Monument
10 South Street — Slip 7
New York NY 10004 – 1921