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Statue of Liberty National Monument
(212) 363-3200
National Park
Today 8:30AM–4PM
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New York, NY
USNew YorkNew York
(212) 363-3200nps.gov
National Park, Historical Landmark
National Park
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Monument
Today 8:30AM–4PM
Sunday 8:30AM–4PMMonday 8:30AM–4PMTuesday 8:30AM–4PMWednesday 8:30AM–4PMThursday 8:30AM–4PMFriday 8:30AM–4PMSaturday 8:30AM–4PM
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Iconic National Monument opened in 1886, offering guided tours, a museum & city views.- Google
"Historical place ,Tourist attraction ,Nice view,Great statue,memorable tour."
"Must visit Iconic National Monument."
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Daniel Grafton
in the last week
I've wanted to visit the Statue of Liberty since I was a kid and it did not disappoint. An inspiring monument to American values and our young nation's friendship with the French, it stands out on Liberty Island in the same way the Eiffel Tower stands out in Paris. We couldn't get crown tickets but the pedestal view is still stunning. I would also recommend using the free audio tour, as it has a lot of interesting history.
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Gustavo Ribeiro
a month ago
The view of the pedestal is amazing! The gifts are a little bit over priced, but still affordable. It was a really great experience!
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Mathias Seipæjærvi
2 months ago
Amazing monument. Had tickets to go all the way to the top of the statue. Was a little hot inside, but was a nice view from the top. Recommended everyone to get tickets to go to the top. The stairs are a little steep, but not a problem.
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Mick Lerlop
2 months ago
A good place to kill 2-3 hours (including the ferry ride). Not a lot to see but a lot to enjoy and chill. It can get pretty crowded year round. Earlier or really late in the day is a good to way to avoid crowds.
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Tom Kim
3 months ago
Hadn't been then since I was a toddler. It was great to go back so I could appreciate the significance. The ferry ride to and from wasn't bad at all. Didn't have to wait long. There were numerous shuttles running throughout the day. Land of the free home of the brave!
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Kannan Manohar
a month ago
The Statue of Liberty guards the entrance to New York Harbor on Liberty Island. A gift from France to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Lady Liberty has been a symbol of democracy and hope since 1886. Looming large at 305 feet (93 m), including the pedestal, the statue dominates Liberty Island. Together with neighboring Ellis Island, the monument is administered by the National Park Service. Informative tours explore the construction and restoration of the monument. Inside the pedestal you can see the original torch and an explanatory exhibit before taking a close-up view of the Statue of Liberty on the 10th floor. If you reserve well in advance, you can visit the actual crown - it's not for the fainthearted, however, as it involves climbing 354 steeply winding steps.
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AS H
2 months ago
Went with Statue of Liberty cruises which was awesome! The ferry ride was a breeze and you could take in the beautiful views. The Statue of Liberty did not have long lines and we were in within 30 mins of security (Friday at 11). I viewed from the pedestal - breath taking views. The museum within was so fascinating.
Jose Hernandez
a month ago
beatifull the ferry make the city beatifull with love to new yor4k