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  • Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island: Ticket Options with Ferry

    1. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island: Ticket Options with Ferry

    Begin your experience by departing from Battery Park, Manhattan or Liberty State Park, New Jersey. Battery Park is easily accessible via subway, located in Lower Manhattan. Liberty State Park is easily accessible via car, located in Jersey City, NJ. Once you arrive at the meeting point, enjoy priority line access with your pre-purchased ticket. Board the ferry and see the impressive views of Lady Liberty and the NYC skyline. Take note of the ferry's return times to plan your day. Your ticket gives you access to explore two attractions: Liberty Island (with the Statue of Liberty) and Ellis Island. The itinerary depends on your departure location. From Manhattan, your first stop will be Liberty Island. On arrival, pick up your multilingual audio guide to start exploring the history of the Statue of Liberty. Children also have the opportunity to enjoy a special narration of this self-g...

    Wonderful being able to take a ferry from Liberty Park to both Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty and back. Great rates!

  • New York CityPASS®: Save 40% at 6 Top Attractions

    2. New York CityPASS®: Save 40% at 6 Top Attractions

    See world-class art, fascinating science, important history, and incredible views—from the sky AND the sea and save up to 40% with the New York CityPASS! New York CityPASS includes admission to: 1. The Empire State Building: With iconic views and a new museum, the Empire State Building provides breathtaking 360-degree, open-air views from the 86th-floor observatory. 2. American Museum of Natural History: Explore human cultures, the natural world, and the universe with a visit to one of the world’s most famous natural history museums. 3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York’s most visited museum and attraction.  The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from every corner of the world for everyone to experience and enjoy.  At the Met’s uptown branch, The Met Cloisters, explore the art, architecture, and gardens and medieval Europe.  ...

    In American museum of Natural history we spent half an hour at front desk, just because the tickets were sold out, even we had a reservation. They've been nice and tried to find a solution

  • Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island Small Group Tour

    3. Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island Small Group Tour

    Step back in time on an amazing tour of Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park in Lower Manhattan. Walk through the park and discuss its significant history with your student guide as you make you way to the old military fort of Castle Clinton. Skip the long lines to take the ferry to Liberty Island, and then enter the pedestal of the statue on arrival. Visit the museum to learn more about the monument and get great views of Manhattan from the deck. Climb aboard another ferry and sail over to Ellis Island, where the first immigrants to arrive in New York in the 19th century were processed. Explore the museum and memorials to get an insight into how America was built on immigration from the Old World. Then, take the ferry back to Manhattan or choose to remain on Ellis Island to relax, eat or look up your family records.

    It is so convenient to have a tour guide. Our tour guide Jerry was extremely knowledgeable and helpful which helped us save a lot of time and yet have a memorable experience.

  • Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Grand Central Audio Tour

    4. Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Grand Central Audio Tour

    Take a short tour of Battery Park to learn its history with a local guide. Hear about highlights such as the Battery Cannon and Coast Guard Memorial. End at Castle Clinton before you catch the ferry to Liberty Island and save precious time with priority boarding. Cross New York Harbor to the Statue of Liberty and get access to the Pedestal Museum. Avail of exclusive access to the monument up to Fort Wood for a truly immersive experience. Continue to Ellis Island to learn about the immigrant experience at the museum. Pick up your audio guide and explore independently, or upgrade to a fully escorted tour and benefit from the services of an English-speaking guide on Ellis Island. Explore Grand Central Station any day during your stay with a open ended ticket for the audio tour. Learn how construction of the terminal led to a real estate boom, including landmarks such as the Chrysler Build...

  • New York: Statue of Liberty and One World Observatory

    5. New York: Statue of Liberty and One World Observatory

    Get the best of the “Big Apple” with a combined, 2-part tour of two of New York’s main attractions. Start your day at Battery Park, where priority boarding will get you on one of the 1st ferries of the day to leave for Liberty Island. Marvel at the views of New York City as you sail across the harbor. On arrival at Liberty Island, enjoy a tour of the Statue of Liberty. Re-board the ferry to cross to Ellis Island, and learn about the immigration process that 12 million new arrivals to the New World underwent. Walk the Stairs of Separation, and get a feel for how it must have felt for lovers and families as they awaited their fate and new life in the “Land of the Free.” Break for lunch, before your afternoon tour of the 9/11 Memorial and One World Observatory. Go to the heart of the terrible tragedy of 11 September 2001, and learn how the city rebuilt itself, bigger, better and stronger...

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We had Jerry as our guide and because the others cancelled, we (me, my boyfriend and inlaws) were the only ones so the tour was extremly good. Jerry showed us the best places for pictures, took pictures for us as Well and made the history about the statue of Liberty interesting for us without turning it into a boring history class. Will recommend Jerry for others who Considers statue of liberty tour.

It is so convenient to have a tour guide. Our tour guide Jerry was extremely knowledgeable and helpful which helped us save a lot of time and yet have a memorable experience.

Very useful, it really gives you access to very good activities and for a

Amazing to learn about the history of lady liberty, and Ellis island.

Take the guided tour. Saves time in lines and gain the knowledge