Do you want to have a unique experience and at the same time learn about one of the most important monuments in the world: the Statue of Liberty? Do not miss this amazing tour where you will be able to get up close and personal to this international symbol and learn the history behind the statue and how it came to be on Liberty Island. We will include priority, reserved access to the islands, guaranteed entrance to the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty and the National Museum of Immigration on Ellis Island. Once there you will get close to the Statue and have some time to know more about it, the island and the importance that both have had during the history of the city. Get to know all the secrets and see parts other tourists do not know! You will also have the opportunity to ascend to the 6th-floor pedestal observation deck on Liberty Island for amazing views of New York Harbor and of course the iconic Manhattan skyline. On Ellis Island you will learn about the journey of the millions of immigrants who passed through the island from 1892-1924, arriving in America, in search of a better life.
I'm a world traveler and I have brought together some friends who understand the importance of knowing a place as a local, you will be with one of these guides: - Lourdes: I like to travel, read, dance & learn from people around the world. I enjoy my work because every person is different and to have the chance to connect with them allows me to enrich myself, that's why I have 15 years of experience! I graduated myself as Interpreter & Traslator and then got a diploma as a Guide for turistic groups. - Jose: NYC is my passion and to show it to people from all over the world it is a privilege so they can get in love with the city. In my free time I like to go to museums, Met's games and enjoy the cultural city with my family! I have a double specialty in economy & history in Baruch Collegue (NYC), I have also have studies in archeology
Ticket to Liberty Statue
We will take the ferry from Manhattan to Liberty and Ellis Islands
Once on the ferry we will head to Liberty Island to see the Statue of Liberty from inside and after that we will go to Ellis Island as well. From the ferry you will get the best views of Manhattan over the water and finally you will also visit the Immigration Museum, which reflects the lives of the many foreigners that arrived from all over the world to New York during the XIX and XX century.
Behind the Scenes of Liberty Statue