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Statue of Liberty


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Liberty Island
New York, NY 10004-1467

 (212) 561-4500

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"We hit most of the tourist spots;: Empire State Bldg Macy's Herald Square Statue of Liberty Central Park S SoHo Metropolitan Fish Market (dinner at the Catch, saw Cedric the entainer) Some of us took a cab to Harlem, ate at the famous Sylvia's and also visited The Apollo Theater We were busy, busy, busy."  See More

"It's a free ride that gives you a beautiful view of the Statue of Liberty as well as Manhattan on your return."  See More

"So is the Ferry out to the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"It is always fun to get out on the water, but this ferry ride is special because they'll get to see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island up close."  See More

"too long a line for them, but loved it once we got up there), took boat trip & over to Statue of Liberty (again, lines too long & was too hot)."  See More

"Amongst my favorites are Battery Park, the River Walk, the Staten Island Ferry, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"We took the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and then to the City."  See More

"Central Park Zoo, American Museum of Natural History (great dinosaurs ) South Street Seaport The USS Intrepid ( great museum on a battleship ) Broadway if u can afford it Aladdin , school of Rock ( usually at 1/2 price booth) Statue of Liberty, monster speed boat ride around Manhattan Madame Tussauds New York That should keep them busy"  See More

"An ankle-biter would love the Bronx Zoo and the Statue of Liberty in NYC, but alas, FAO Schwarz (the famous ginormous toy store) closed its doors about a year ago :"  See More

"If you find ferries enjoyable, take the ferry out to the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"ake a ride on the Staten Island Ferry, or the ferry out to the Statue of Liberty"  See More

"While in lower NYC you can go to Battery Park and take the ferry to Liberty Island to see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island where all the immigrants came through."  See More

"The Staten Island Ferry is free and you can get a good view of the Statue of Liberty and have a nice boat ride."  See More

"Go to Statue of Liberty, quiet interesting."  See More

"I grew up in New York, but never visited the Statue of Liberty until just before I moved to the west coast."  See More

"It overlooks the Hudson and offers a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty from a grassy hillside sandwiched between skyscrapers in lower Manhattan."  See More

"Could be another thing to do with kids before the Statue of Liberty visit."  See More

"Take her on the Staten Island Ferry you will get to see the Statue of Liberty and take pictures it's better than going to the Statue of Liberty which will take you a few hours you can also go to stone street the seaport and Wall Street and see where George Washington refuse to be king of the United States they are all in the same area there is also a helicopter tour in that area on the East River the boardwalk is there you can walk it when you get to a certain point there is an elevated park with Adirondack chairs that you can just chill out in very nice"  See More

"Cab it down to 9/11 memorial once in NYC side and you can also see Statue of Liberty walking down in that area"  See More

"Statue of Liberty - there are tickets for this."  See More

"They loved the Statue of Liberty and if you have time, the Bronx Zoo."  See More

"Let me suggest what places to visit in LM: Financial District, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park, Statue of Liberty, Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Columbus Circle, etc."  See More

"The Statue of Liberty, and Liberty Island just 5 minutes off of interstate 95"  See More

"The Statue of Liberty can be done with a visit to WTC and can be booked separately."  See More

"I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge , DUMBO, Flatiron Bldg,Chelsea Market Baskets, High Line Park, Madison Square Park, Greenwich Village, Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Statue of Liberty, Washington Square Park, Financial District, etc."  See More

"Day 2: Visited Statue of Liberty, Ground Zero (now One World Trade Center and Memorial pools for the twin towers) as well as Wall St"  See More

"You can take it day or night and the view, particularly on the way back past the Statue of Liberty and back towards Manhattan/Brooklyn is incredible."  See More

"Skip the Empire State Bldg, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center-- all too crowded and overrated."  See More

"But to be short : Rockefeller Center to admire the city of NYC on a sunny day, walk in Central Park (and sometimes there are dancers in the park), of course enjoy a night in Times Square and go to a musical, take the boat to Staten Island and admire The Statue of Liberty while cruising, have a burger, have a typical breakfast, etc."  See More

"Wide running paths, views of the Statue of Liberty, boats, etc."  See More

"There are many things to do in NYC : Rockefeller Plaza to admire the city of NYC, walk in Central Park, enjoy a night in Times Square, take the boat to Staten Island and admire The Statue of Liberty while cruising, have a burger, have a typical breakfast, etc."  See More

"new jersey- Statue of Liberty Liberty State Park Liberty Science Center Adventure Aquarium Washington D."  See More

"It goes right by the Statue of Liberty and it affords amazing views of Manhattan."  See More

"Walk along the Hudson River - the piers are amazing, there is often music and the views of the Statue of Liberty are free - take a picnic, there is chairs and tables everywhere."  See More

"Staten Island Ferry - To see the Statue of Liberty and the amazing skyline of NYC downtown."  See More

"Staten Island Ferry to get a close glimpse of the Statue of Liberty"  See More

"Go for a Ride on the Staten Island Ferry (you can practically kiss the Statue of Liberty without spending a day and a fortune to get there"  See More

"1) Statue of Liberty on the Staten Island Ferry 2) Ground Zero 3) Wall St 4) Empire State Building Observation Deck or the Top of the Rock for the view of the city - get the express tickets 5) The Metropolitan Museum of Art 6) Central Park or/and the High Line Park for outdoors 7) Times Square 8) Broadway show (if time permits) More options can be found here: http://www."  See More

"Skip Statue of Liberty for Ellis Island instead."  See More

"I visited Empire State Building Observation Deck, Statue of Liberty (and Ellis Island)."  See More

"You can take the Staten Island Ferry and get an amazing view of the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"What's funny is I've never been to the Statue of Liberty(I've seen it enough times)."  See More

"Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty are great, but require a ferry ride ($) so the earlier the better to not waste your day on a waiting line."  See More

"You will go by the Statue of Liberty and don't necessarily need to get off the boat here."  See More

", the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are highly recommended."  See More

"Walk along Nelson A Rockefeller Park beside the Hudson River and then take Staten Island Ferry (not free but really cheap) for views of the Manhattan skyline and a sail past the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"You can take the Staten Island Ferry and get a fantastic view of the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"On the way back it will also pass by the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"More obvious things to do include the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building."  See More

"Skip the Empire State Building (boring) and the Statue of Liberty (boring) and hop on one of the Circle Line Cruises and ride around Manhattan!"  See More

"I would have to say the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in NY."  See More

"Day 2--Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty"  See More

"The Statue of Liberty/ Ellis Island ferry runs to the islands every fifteen minutes from 8:30am until 4:30pm, and the tickets can be purchased at Clinton Castle in Battery Park."  See More

"Central Park, High Line Park, Times Square, Statue of Liberty, SoHo neighborhood, Chinatown New York, Grand Central Terminal and the Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"The ride is free and takes you right next to the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"The Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building are great but just a huge investment of time right after you land."  See More

"Save the Statue of Liberty visit for several days into your visit."  See More

"I lived in NY for many years, and never went to the Statue of Liberty, and Times Square can be a pain."  See More

"It passes right by the Statue of Liberty on its way to Staten Island."  See More

"Because you are there so long, I would recommend taking in Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero."  See More

"Skip Empire State Building; Statue of Liberty is great but takes too much time; Empire State Building too expensive for the view."  See More

"Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty"  See More

"Do not waste your time standing in line and actually going to see the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"If you want to see the the Statue of Liberty, take the Staten Island Ferry, its free and you don't have make a line for it."  See More

"You can also skip the boat to the Statue of Liberty and don't go to Grimaldi's for pizza."  See More

"Hi Beb, I was in NY last month and I could recommend you to take the ferry to Staten Island just to watch the Statue of Liberty not too far away, and the south landscape of Manhattan from the boat, that is amazing :) And one thing more, this ferry is for free!"  See More

"I wouldn't visit Staten Island unless I was going to have a long stay, I think it's best to take the ferry there and see the Statue of Liberty and go back right away."  See More

"You might end up spending money in Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center Promenade, some museums, etc."  See More

"" gawk - if you're keen to see the Statue of Liberty, just cruise by on the (free!"  See More

"After seeing Ground Zero take a walk along Hudson River down to the ferry that will take you to Statue of Liberty."  See More

"The second day, I'd start with a 9:00 AM visit to the Statue of Liberty, then do Ground Zero."  See More

"Visiting Central Park and the Statue of Liberty are also great options, but the Statue of Liberty is currently open this week (Oct."  See More

"If you want to see the Statue of Liberty, I'd definitely recommend taking the Staten Island Ferry."  See More

"If you wanna see the Statue of Liberty, I would recommend taking the Staten Island Ferry."  See More

"It may seem VERY touristy, but the Statue of Liberty is a must ( if you don't have time to go right out to her, take the Staten Island Ferry across for a birds eye view and photo opps, and the price is very low)."  See More

"It's something like $5, and you'll pass Governors Island and the Statue of Liberty on your way to Red Hook."  See More

"It’s more expensive, but you’ll get to see so much more ( Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, etc."  See More

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