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You must have heard about The Statue of Liberty, even before reaching New York and that proves the popularity of this place. The statue was designed by a young French sculptor, Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi. The statue's face was modeled after his mother's and the story goes that the body was modeled after a prostitute. The crown of Lady Liberty, as the statue is often affectionately called, has seven spikes, symbolizing the Seven Seas across which liberty should be spread. In her left hand she holds a tablet with the Declaration of Independence and in her right hand a torch, symbolizing Enlightenment.
The Statue of Liberty is 46.5 meters (151 feet) tall and together with the pedestal it reaches a height of 93 meters (305 feet). You can take the staircase inside the statue and walk all the way up the 354 steps to the crown from where you have a nice view over New York City. If you want to enter either the pedestal or the monument's crown it is best to reserve tickets well in advance.
This iconic architecture is truly a wonder of the world and whether it is in the morning or at night – The statue of Liberty has its own charm – with or without lights. The Statue of Liberty is one of the tourist attractions in 3 days New York City Itinerary and New York City Itinerary 2 Weeks You must visit this amazing attraction in NYC.
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Visits to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island are musts in the Big Apple, especially for first-timers. On this 3.5-hour guided tour, you get priority boarding on the ferry from Manhattan to visit the two important historical site
Enjoy an in-depth experience of two top New York City attractions with this special-access tour, a Viator Exclusive available nowhere else. Learn about the history of New York on a guided walk down Wall Street, followed by a tour of two symbols of Am
Get up close and personal with Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty on this 4.5-hour tour of two New York City legendary landmarks. Listen to the live narration from you guide through your own personal headsetÂ and learn about the history of both
Enjoy a guided tour of the Statue of Liberty, including special access to the statue pedestal. Take an early ferry to Liberty Island without waiting in lines that often stretch for hours, and arrive before the crowds! Visit Ellis Island and follow in
Get the most out of your time in the Big Apple with a full-day tour that combines three prominent sites of Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor: the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. On a morning ferr
Come explore this New York icon. Expert guides will meet you at Castle Clinton, a historic fort in Battery Park and a onetime possible site for the statue itself. From there youâll board a ferry carrying you to Liberty Island, your first stop of
Enjoy guaranteed Statue of Liberty tours with pedestal access and all the highlights of Lower Manhattan including a guided 9/11 Memorial Tours, The New World Trade Center, Wall Street, The New York Stock Exchange, St Paul's Chapel, Brookfield Pl
Guarantee your visit to the One World Observatory with a pre-reserved ticket, and spend the day on a guided tour of Lower Manhattan sights. This full-day excursion begins with a ferry ride to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and includes access
A completeÂ Lower Manhattan visit in a single day that includes a personal headset to hear the guide speaking live and guaranteed entry inside the statue's pedestal. Includes admission to One World Observatory, a visit to The 9/11 Memorial, Wall St
See New York City in comfort with unprecedented views from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows, stadium-style seating and climate-controlled buses. Receive reserved tickets to the Statue of Liberty ferry. Visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island,
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island on your own or upgrade to include a guide, who'll give you a personalized overview of the island. Enjoy exclusive access to the Pedestal located in the center of the Statue of Liberty. Return to Battery Park, where
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island with your own private guide, who'll give you a personalized overview of the island. Return to Battery Park, where you will walk over to the 9/11 Memorial, right next to the Freedom Tower. Experience this moving tri
We had a wonderful experience here - from the stunning views to the helpful and friendly rangers/employees on the island. We booked a tour of the crown ahead of time and were able to get up there and enjoy the unique views, and while it was a small space, the two rangers there were very kind and knowledgeable. They even took pictures of us! Very positive experience overall at this symbol of our National pride and the symbol of immigration to the east coast by hundreds of thousands. Beautiful spot, well maintained, and we look forward to visiting again.
My wife wanted to be in the crown of the Statue of Liberty on her birthday. We decided to walk up the entire way. We were told that it was the equivalent of a 20 story building. It was well worth the extra effort to walk the entire thing. If you are going to do a crown tour, you need to book well in advance. You cannot buy crown tickets at the check in point. There is a reason that you are not permitted to bring bags and backpacks, and are limited to one camera per person. The spiral staircase going up to the crown is extremely tight and the steps are taller than normal. It's a really tight spiral! It is an amazing journey that you will not forget. When you reach the top you will be rewarded with an amazing view, and an amazing experience knowing that you are at the top of the Statue of Liberty! We went in February, and the outside temperature was 25°F. The temperature inside the crown was 70°F! I asked one of the attendants how hot it gets in summer and she said she has seen it reach 110°F! Therefore, I highly recommend doing this in the winter time. As an added bonus, crowds should be slightly smaller when it's freezing outside. :-)
This is an absolute must-see if touring NY. Plan ahead and purchase tickets we'll in advance. If you can get a ticket, crown access is an unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime experience. Our family went in January which is an excellent time to go as far as the crowds go. The US Park Service and staff do an excellent job keeping the grounds pristine with a friendly and helpful attitude. They take pride in their work and it shows. If you have crown or pedestal access then bring a few single dollars to rent a locker for your bag. They won't let you bring any backpacks, purses, or other items of that sort into the secured areas.
I was lucky enough to go on a very clear, sunny day. The sun faces the statue directly and makes her gleam brilliantly, even to the point where it was difficult to stare at here for more than five seconds before my eyes hurt from the brilliance. I was also lucky enough to have had the forethought to get crown tickets a couple of months ahead of time, going up there is a very memorable experience. The rest of the island is great, with shops, food, etc. Highly recommend!
Visited to see the Lazarus poem, given roll-out of Donald Trump's immigration-related executive order. It remains inspiring, and getting to and from was not too much of a hassle (though two separate airport style security screenings seems a bit much. You got screened when you got on the boat, and then again shortly after getting off at the statue -- what could I have possibly picked up since getting on the boat?!).