The Statue of Liberty – Lady Liberty on Liberty Island, then Ellis Island. Battery Park, New York.
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The Statue of Liberty 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. Learn more about one of NYC’s top tourist attractions!
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Statue of Liberty National Monument
00:00:30 1 History
00:01:30 2 Significance
00:02:01 3 Location and access
00:03:29 3.1 Jurisdiction
00:04:35 4 Related sites
00:04:56 5 See also
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The Statue of Liberty National Monument is a United States National Monument located in the U.S. states of New Jersey and New York comprising Liberty Island and Ellis Island. It includes Liberty Enlightening the World, commonly known as the Statue of Liberty, situated on Liberty Island, and the former immigration station at Ellis Island, including the Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital. The monument is managed by the National Park Service as part of the National Parks of New York Harbor office.
Welcome to this new video! In this video I visit Liberty Island. So in this video you can see how I travel with Statue Cruises to Liberty Island to see the impressive and amazing Statue of Liberty. And yes, I’m feeling really FREE on this Island ;). Of course we go also on the Statue of Liberty so we see a beautiful view of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Please check the video to see these amazing shots.
In this video I bring also a visit to Starbucks, Empire State Building, Wall Street, The Trump Building, Brooklyn, Museum of Immigration, Ellis Island and some really cool places more. Are u excited? Please check the video now!! Enjoy!
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EDIT – Fact #4 – The date on the book the Statue of Liberty is holding is July 4, 1776; the date of our independence!
We set off from our campground, Liberty Harbor RV Park, on bikes to Liberty State Park. From there, we catch our ferry to Ellis Island. We use the free audio tour headphones to learn all about immigration and the facilities at Ellis Island before the kids earn their junior ranger badges. Then, it’s back on the ferry towards the Statue of Liberty National Monument. We had pedestal tour tickets, so we climb the pedestal and take in the views. To top off our day of exploring Josiah shares 8 facts about the Statue of Liberty!
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Paul and Brad took a brief trip to New Jersey to break away from the heat and Irma cleanup to celebrate Brad’s 60th Birthday with high school friends, going to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, visiting the Edison Laboratory and Glenmont, his home. All four are National and Historical Parks which are so us. We sure enjoyed being in coller weather and spending time with friendly people. living happily gay newark
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Fummins Family visits Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. What trip to NYC The Big Apple is complete without a visit to Ellis Island or the Statue of Liberty. These 2 places are iconic in what New York City represented in the early days of our nation.
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The Statue of Liberty is an iconic landmark and one of the biggest tourist attractions in New York City, but it’s on an island…so how do you visit it? This video tells you about the only company that can take you to Liberty Island, Statue Cruises. Here are the links to the National Parks Service and Statue Cruises:
National Parks Service Tickets Page: https://www.nps.gov/stli/planyourvisit/fees.htm
Statue Cruises: https://www.statuecruises.com/
There are three types of tickets you can get – Reserve Tickets, Pedestal Reserve Tickets, and Crown Reserve Tickets. All of them get you a boat cruise to the Statue of Liberty, access to Liberty Island, and a visit to Ellis Island. But what’s the difference, and which is best? Find out in the video!
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