statue of liberty tours

Statue of Liberty Tours

Feel the splendor of Lady Liberty as you walk in the shadow cast by her 151-foot tall figure. Learn about the experience of over 12 million immigrants who entered the United States through the now quiet halls of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Explore the grounds of […]

Statue of Liberty Facts & History

Statue of Liberty Facts and History Official dedication ceremonies for the Statue of Liberty were held on Thursday, October 28, 1886. President Grover Cleveland accepted the Statue on behalf of the United States. The Statue of Liberty was designated as a National Monument in 1924 and restored for her centennial on July 4, 1986. The […]

Statue Of Liberty Ferry

Statue Of Liberty Ferry

Ferries provide transportation to both Ellis Island and Liberty Island (site of the Statue Of Liberty). One ferry ticket provides access to both islands. Statue Cruises is the official ferry service provider. Purchasing tickets through vendors other than Statue Cruises may result in unnecessary additional charges. All private vessels are prohibited […]

Getting The Statue of Liberty Tickets

When you visit New York City and want to visit the Statue of Liberty , there may be many places where you can get the tickets. However, there is only one official location for Statue of Liberty tickets and that is at Statue Cruises. This is the official ticketing center for visits to both […]

Visiting The Great Monument – ” The Statue Of Liberty”

Statue of Liberty is one of the best holiday attractions in the world. You can easily visit this place while visiting New York or New Jersey. There are plenty of tips that you must follow in order to visit this great monument. I am pretty convinced that you will be able to make the […]

$277 Million was Spent to Save the Statue of Liberty From Rust!

Statue of Liberty – In an article in The Times on 11th April 2015, it was highlighted that $277 million was spent on trying to remove the rust. No matter how you look at it. $277 million is a lot of money; I wonder how and why an all-American (albeit French) icon was left […]