Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty is a tourist attraction, one of the Monuments and memorials in New York, United States. It is located: 16 km from Jersey City, 19 km from Bayonne, 377 km from Philadelphia.

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Location

, N40°41'21", W74°2'40". Get directions

Contact

Telephone: (212) 363-3200

Website: www.nps.gov

Open hours
  • Mon-Sun 8:30 AM–4:00 PM

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29 September 2016
Lady Liberty, you have seen her in many pictures but, up close and personal is different and better. Get a ticket to climb right up to the Crown, 377 steps but, oh man does the view look spectacular!
Matthew Ferguson
20 November 2016
This place is awesome. Great up close views of the statue and and panorama views of Manhattan. Make sure to get tickets to the pedestal or crown in advance of your trip.
Lufthansa
21 March 2014
Did you know? In 1885, the dismantled Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor after being shipped across the Atlantic in 350 individual pieces packed in more than 200 cases!
James Panther
18 April 2016
A must see for anyone visiting New York City. Make sure you book early and get the crown access pass so you can climb to the top.
Jeffrey Zeldman
5 July 2015
Entering pedestal or the statue requires different access level tickets. “Crown” tickets (providing access to statue) sell out weeks in advance. “Pedestal” tickets are easier to get.
Augustus Collection
23 February 2014
This colossal statue sits in the middle of the harbour. Originally gifted by the French, the Statue of Liberty is today a symbol of the strength of America and our open arms towards immigrants.
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