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About Statue Of Liberty, New York City
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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Statue Of Liberty Information
- You can spot the statue of Liberty even at night as it is lit up, although you cannot visit it then.
- Keep your kids with you at all times to avoid any mishaps as it is surrounded by water.
Statue Of Liberty Tickets Prices
- Please refer to the official page to find out about detailed ticket pricing.
Statue Of Liberty Opening and Closing Hours
- Please refer to the official page to find out about the ferry schedule.
How To Get To Statue Of Liberty by Public Transport
- Flag Plaza
- Liberty Island Ferry
Restaurants Near Statue Of Liberty
- Momofuku Ssam Bar: Man-tou buns stuffed with a thick slice of pork belly
- Katz’s Deli: Local traditional cuisine
- Balthazar: Lobster risotto & steak frittes with bernaise
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Address: Liberty Island, New York, NY 10004, United States
Ticket Price: 3 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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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 the footsteps of 12 million immigrants, taking their first step on the land of freedom. Get more from your experience with an expert guide at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum â youâll walk the Stairs of Separation, visit the Kissing Post and hear tales at the American Immigrant Wall of Honor to put a human context on your visit.
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 ferry tour, you'll enjoy priority boarding, enter the pedestal of Lady Liberty and visit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Then take a poignant tour of key 9/11 sites like St Paulâs Chapel before visiting the 9/11 Memorial. Finish at the 9/11 Museum, which you'll visit on your own with pre-reserved admission.
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 Place and more. This New York walking tours includes personal radios to hear your guide speaking live. Admission tickets to the 9/11 Museum or One World Observatory can be added at the end of your NYC tours.
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 Street, The New York Stock Exchange, Charging Bull Statue, St. Paul's Chapel, Trinity Church and Graveyard, Federal Hall National Monument and more.
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Had a fantastic trip yesterday to the statue! Book your tickets well in advance if you want to go to the crown. It wasn't too crowded and we were able to enjoy a bite to eat and some time with the pretty lady. Staff was friendly and kept the boarding process moving quickly. Excellent experience. Expect to spend a good 3-4 hours between the statue and Ellis Island. *Tourist beware of the dance crew that may be there when you get off the boat. If they pick u to come and be in the jumping finale, they'll all but expect a $20 "donation" from you in front of the entire crowd*
Perfect day. Everyone we came in contact with were extremely helpful especially the guys at the lift and on the boat. They all went out of their way to make sure he didn't have to wait in line as there were long queues to board the boat and told us were to stand so we could board first. The guys at the lift to the pedestal were the same. The food on Liberty Island was great, lots of fresh sandwiches and salad and great choices for hot food. Queue was long but moved extremely fast. Views from the pedestal and crown are amazing but the 162 steps to the crown was hard going but I made it. There are a few places on the way up to stand out of the way so other people can pass, thank goodness. ... The views looking back from the boat are amazing, plenty of room on the boat and lots of places to sit.
“book your tickets in well advance to go pedestal/crown to see the green lady of freedom...!!” - been there 3 times and every time it fascinates me... starting from boat ride till back to den... but you have to book a ticket well in advance to be there at pedestal or even 4 months before to go to crown... Tickets are almost same if you go to island/pedestal. The ferry goes from battery park ( NYC) and liberty state park (from jersey city) and you can interchange at the island. boat halts at Ellis Island (entering point of slaves into the USA in 1700-1800s) and there you can see the museum how slaves were treated, how they have come to the USA and all. at liberty island, you can get your certificate of 'when you visited here'. When you go to the pedestal, you must check museum. here they have beautifully explained how statues come to the USA in pieces, how it is constructed, it's specifications. And everything... that is worth a watch... fun fact- During the restoration completed in 1986, the new torch was carefully covered with thin sheets of 24k gold.
Liberty Island is always filled with people! It is such a majestic monument up close (thank you France!). The cruise towards liberty island gives good views of the statue in all directions before getting off the ferry. There were fighter planes doing some drills and it added to the excitement of seeing the lower Manhattan skyline. It is quite difficult to get photos without other people in it, but they are nice enough to give you some space (literally) to take pictures with the Manhattan skyline in the background. There is a gift shop there too. It is a wonderful place to spend a summer day. As tickets were sold out, we weren't able to go up to the pedestal or crown. It is best to book tickets a few weeks in advance to the pedestal, whereas for tickets to the crown, you'll have to book months in advance, depending on the time of year. A good part about the cruise is that you have the option of going to either NY or back to NJ from Liberty island.
Boat trip on the day in Feb was not that crowded and weather was fantastic. The queues for security were also very well handled and reasonable wait for the added piece of mind. The island itself was nice a clean and the trip through the statue was really worth the trip. Great views even though we didn't get the tickets for the torch I am not sure we missed must if I was honest.
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