The Statute of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum: Symbolic Icon of Freedom

The Statute of Liberty was declared as the National Monument in 1924 and became the world’s famous symbol of freedom. This compromises the Liberty Island and the Ellis Island at the Sates of New Jersey and New York. The monument marks the period of massive immigration at the United States in the late 19th to 20th centuries. Almost 12 million immigrants entered America using the golden doors Ellis Island which descendants account approximately half of America’s population.

Why This Place is Popularly Known?
The Statute of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum are one the world’s most significant landmarks. The main building of the previous immigration station is where the museum is located which highlights the American Immigrant Wall of Honor, the American Flag of Faces and the American Family Immigration History Center as well as been an award winning film documentary, “Island of Hope, island of Tears”. Local and foreign tourists alike will enjoy the statute cruises exploring the Statute of Liberty and the Ellis Island. There are also special tickets offered for those who wanted to climb the 154 stairs to the monuments crown in which reservation should be made at least a year prior.

Reminiscing history and enjoying a worthwhile trip in both Liberty and Ellis Islands are great packages for a remarkable getaway. Gather your friends or family and experience New York through dropping at the Statute of Liberty and Ellis island Immigration Museum.

Category: Attractions
Address: City Hall Park Path
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Phone: +1 212-363-3200
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