That is me in front of the State Of Liberty
On the ferry from Manhattan to Liberty Island. The Tour Guide secured us perfect placement on the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty on approach.
Would not miss for this tour for anything!
Jennifer,Becky,our wonderful tour guide Remy and Fran.Statue of Liberty tour and Ellis Island Tour was awesome..Highly recommend it.
wandering around island looking for a different way to see her
great timing on getting in and seeing main hall and exhibits without being a huddled mass yearning to breath free...that was for the boat ride over after security check!
There is nothing like New York city. Nothing compares
View of NYC from the Statue of Liberty
Statue de La Liberté
Edwin and Philip were admiring the statue while Bex and Korey photobombed the shot. Typical of the fun and light nature of the tour.
After going up in the pedestal museum and to the top of the pedestal observation decks, Tom brought us down to the bottom pedestal deck and took our pictures. He had to lie on the ground to get the best shots.
On the ferry going to the Statue.
Meet your guide at 8:30am at Castle Clinton, a former fort inside Battery Park in Manhattan, to hop on the ferry to Liberty Island. You’ll bypass the lines with priority boarding, allowing you more time to enjoy historical facts about the Statue of Liberty National Monument and learn why it is a symbol of freedom for some many people worldwide.
Admire the New York City skyline as you disembark on Liberty Island and explore the grounds on a guided tour. Your ticket grants you access to the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, which features several observation levels and a museum with exhibits on the iconic landmark’s construction and architecture.
Afterward, board the ferry to Ellis Island and listen as your guide shares information about this historical gateway to America.
Upon arrival, tour the grounds and spend time at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Inside the restored Great Hall, hear stories about the former federal immigration station that processed more than 12 million immigrants from its opening in 1892 until closing in 1954. You'll also learn how US citizens can trace their ancestors here.
When you break for lunch (own expense), you are on your own for the remainder of the visit, staying as long as you want before you return to Manhattan.
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Battery Park, New York
4 hours 30 minutes
Concludes at Ellis Island. You may take the ferry back to Battery Park at your leisure