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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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I have been to the SOL several times on trips to NYC but not in sometime. Be sure you allow time for this stop because of security. It is like an airport and you will take off and put back on, et cetera. It is...More
When you say New York you automatically think of the Statue of Liberty. Take the ferry and stroll around the island. Dont forget to take a pic of the NY skyline as well. I havent been to the crown, not sure if it is worth...More
Nice to finally see the Statue up close, but other than great photo opps, the museum and audio tour didn't offer that much. To be fair, we didn't listen to every word of the audio tour, it was just moving too slow. Maybe more videos...More
I took my mom, aunt and sis in law for their first trip to see Lady Liberty. It truly was an amazing site to see despite the cold temps. No matter how many times I visit this city, this will always be a favorite stop.
A statue on an island. this lady is so important to the American nation and is an icon of the country. We were more than happy to walk around the island with our portable tour guide to tell us where to stop and take in...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.