New York Statue Of Liberty Area

Visiting New York? There are plenty of great things to see in the Big Apple and the majority of them all cost money. This includes the Statue of Liberty, a must for every visitor! This monument is one of the most famous symbols in the world. Be wowed by his iconic 151 feet tall New York attraction. Believe it or not, but some people say that the statue’s body was modeled after a prostitute and the face was modeled after the young designer’s mother! To have a fantastic view of the city, climb the 354 steps inside the statue.

Getting to Liberty Island, where the statue is located, is quite costly therefore we suggest you use your New York attraction pass for that. Haven’t purchased the New York Explorer Pass, New York Pass, or New York CityPass yet? The question is not whether to buy it or not, but rather which pass is the right one for you! These 3 passes are great money savers that will allow to see more, do more and explore more of NYC, all the while staying on a budget as these are prepaid passes with a large number of attractions and tours included that you can choose from! Make sure to do your research and pick the right pass for you to make the most of your holiday in the Big Apple.

Explore Statue Of Liberty area in New York

Thinking of things to do in New York after you’ve seen the Statue of Liberty? Here’s some ideas….

When you’re already in the Statue of Liberty area, you could take the ferry and enjoy a cruise to the nearby Ellis Island. It’s also included in the mentioned NY passes! Ellis Island is the place where many people began their American dream – it’s where immigrants used to go on land before coming to the city. The most popular attraction on this island is the Immigration Museum that makes for a very interesting history lesson about New York’s past. Watch the theater production that tells the story of the immigrants’ challenges. You might recognize Ellis Island, as it is featured in films such as “X-Men” (starring Hugh Jackman) and “Hitch” (with Will Smith).

Next must-visit attraction in Statue of Liberty area is Battery Park, waiting for you when you get off the ferry that brings you back from Liberty or Ellis Island. There’s some great monument to be found in this urban park – like the Sphere which used to be located in the World Trade Center and was transferred here after it survived the attack on 9/11 (something that cannot be said about the building itself, as we all know). Other New York attractions around this area are the Skyscraper Museum, on 39 Battery Place, as well as Trinity Church and Wall Street. Watch our many video guides about Manhattan’s best places to visit and plan your perfect vacation!

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New York Dinner Cruise with Buffet

Grab your friends or that special someone and get ready for 3-hours of real New York fun! This New York dinner cruise includes a delicious buffet, an amazing DJ and breathtaking views of the New York skyline. Don't wait - add this dinner cruise to your New York itinerary today!

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Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

On this luxury New York City dinner cruise, savor gourmet cuisine and enjoy live jazz entertainment while soaking up breathtaking views of the Manhattan, New Jersey and Brooklyn skylines. Pass in front of the Empire State Building, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty, South Street Seaport and more from the viewing decks or the all-glass enclosed cabin, treating you to amazing views every second of the way. Upgrade to enjoy a romantic or first class VIP experience including a private table and French sparkling wine!

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Viator VIP: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and 9/11 Memorial

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Big Apple Helicopter Tour of New York

See New York's famous landmarks from the air on an exhilarating 15-minute helicopter tour. You'll come face-to-face with the Statue of Liberty as you fly above the Hudson River. Admire the iconic Empire State Building, the silver Art Deco brilliance of the Chrysler Building, and the sprawling green expanse of Central Park. A must for any visitor to New York City!

USD 149.99$