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The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886...more
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The statue must be on every bucket list of NYC. It’s iconic. We managed to drag ourselves down to battery park for the ferry 20 before the first and were in the queue for the first ferry. We were on it with ease! Note -...More
Visited Statue of liberty and Ellis island as 1 of our choices from the NY City pass 3. Even without being part of a pass the ticket price each person is around $15 dollars and that includes the Ferry to Liberty island, then onto Ellis...More
A very cool place to visit and something everyone should do when you visit the city. The actual tour does take at least a half day to accomplish. Did not take the tour of the crown since it was sold out and did not stop...More
Beautiful and glorious, the Statue Of Liberty is a popular attraction. Long ques form from early in the morning throughout the whole day, so, if you're planning on visiting I recommend arriving early.
Once past the security checks and on board the ferry to Liberty...More
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Hello. I took the (1) South train from 59 Street Columbus Circle to Battery Park. I arrived before 6AM, naively worried I wouldn't get there in time. Clinton Castle, the ticket office and security, opened at 7:45AM and I got... More
Hello. I took the (1) South train from 59 Street Columbus Circle to Battery Park. I arrived before 6AM, naively worried I wouldn't get there in time. Clinton Castle, the ticket office and security, opened at 7:45AM and I got onto the ferry first after the tickets were given out after 8:15. Make sure you have reserved Crown access tickets if you want to get to the very top. That allows you to go around the Pedestal base and visit the museum inside also.
Yes for the subways. You can get to Battery Park in well under two hours from Newark on the train, and there is no traffic. I took a photo of the ferry to make sure I got on the right one on the way back. Although sightseeing in Manhattan is fun. Have an exciting adventure and send a message about how it went. And get in touch if you need more advice.