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Statue of Liberty National Monument
(212) 363-3200
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Today 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
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New York, NY
USNew YorkNew York
(212) 363-3200nps.gov
Monument, Historical LandmarkToday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmThursday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmFriday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 8:30 am – 4:00 pmSunday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
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Iconic National Monument opened in 1886, offering guided tours, a museum & city views.- Google
"Wow it's too nice and this is my favourite national monument in the world."
"But either way, good place to visit if you want to go where the Mutants were."
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Rob K
in the last week
Great statue in a great country. I just hate the fact that the dirty, cowardly French gave it to us. Also, too many dirty foreigners there hating our country. Stay in your filthy, corrupt countries, please. Thanks.
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Clara Taliaferro
2 months ago
Lady Liberty worth the Trip! We drove to Staton Island...parked at the Ferry, then took the Ferry to Manhattan. The Staton Island Ferry is free and runs night and day! So we took it over and back...passing by this beautiful monument to our Freedom 2 times! Loved every second. Next time we will take the tour in the island but what a awesome treat to see.
Ameer Alkeshwan
a month ago
I'm from iraq but i think it's fantastec . Is it reel france give thes to USA?
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Luis Felipe Pereira
2 months ago
This statue and most beatifull of all,tomare it stays that way foreves,I abready was and is pretty coll,is the most dahora place world.
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Nikita Savchenko
a month ago
Excellent experience. For just $18 we had a 5-6 hours of exploring the statue island and Ellis island. Very beautiful places, great look to New York, big motos ships & even more! Just to note, do NOT buy tickets which a lot of strange people try to cell you on streets. Buy tickets only from the ticket window - $18 tickets (2 islands) is ALWAYS available.
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Andżelika Surdyka
3 months ago
My family and I had didn't have any plans for the weekend so we decided to vusit the statue. We deported from New Jersey to Ellis Island where we visited the museum which unfortunately has a lot of artifacts removed because of Hurricane Sandy. From there we went to Liberty Island where we went inside the statue which has a wonderful view! Afterwards we walked around the island enjoying the great view of New York It was a fun way for us to spend our Sunday. Overall it was a great experience!!!!! (Be sure to reserve tickets earlier otherwise they will not let you into the statue! 3 days earlier for pedestal access with no extra fee and crown access is an extra 3 dollars. Buy tickets through Statue Cruises! General Tickets will get you on both Liberty and Ellis Island for 18 dollars an adult.)
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Crystal Storhoff
a month ago
I was disappointed in the facilities. People from all over the world stood for an hour for the chance to see the Statue of Liberty up close. We were crammed into a waiting area with no air circulating in 86 degree weather. A woman passed out and employees didn't seem to know how to handle the situation. All around me international visitors expressed their irritation. I was embarrassed as a US citizen. Why couldn't there have been fans in the area? It could have been a simple solution to prevent a serious problem.
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Aaron Kleyla
a month ago
An absolute treat. Seeing lady liberty up close was so worth the small ticket price. We climbed to the foot of the statue and the view is amazing. You can go to the crown but that trip is not for the faint of heart. Go early to avoid the crowds. The museum discussing how she was built is really well done.