Statue of Liberty National Monument
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The Statue of Liberty, the most famous landmark in New York, proudly stands on Liberty Island, gracing the scenic New York Harbor. Together, the island and the statue form the revered Statue of Liberty National Monument. To reach this iconic symbol of freedom, visitors can only access the island through designated ferry services, as private boats are not permitted to dock there. The ferries operate from both Liberty State Park in Jersey City and Battery Park in Manhattan, offering convenient routes to the monument. While entrance to the national monument itself is free, visitors are required to purchase ferry tickets for transportation. For a more in-depth experience, separate tickets are available for entry into the statue's base and pedestal. And for those seeking an unparalleled view from the crown, a special ticket allows for a memorable ascent, where one can climb the staircases to the summit of this majestic figure, providing a breathtaking perspective of the cityscape and the harbor below.
Besides this landmark, there are seventeen more landmarks listed in New York. There's also ninety-seven attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Statue of Liberty National Monument on the map above. If you need any other information on Statue of Liberty National Monument that is not listed here, please call (212) 363-3200.
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