360° Video Gives an Immersive Peek Inside Staten Island's Historic Conference House

Staten Island's historic Conference House dates back to revolutionary times. Operating as the meeting point for a peace conference in 1776, the house has a deep significance in American History. Peek inside the landmark in this immersive video from the Staten Island Advance.

Follow along as Lawrence Ronan gives a look inside the Conference House, located at the southern end of Hylan Boulevard in Tottenville, which is named in honor and commemoration of the famous peace conference of 1776. On September 11, 1776, Continental Congress representatives John Adams, Edward Rutledge, and Benjamin Franklin met with the King's representative, Lord Richard Howe, at Colonel Christopher Billopp's home on Staten Island.

If you can't move the view around, you need to use the Google Chrome browser on desktop, or the YouTube App for iOS or Android to move around inside the video.

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