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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Guided Tour - Semi-Private 8ppl Max

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Visit two of the most famous sights on earth, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Given by the top rated private and semi private museum & walking tour operator worldwide.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers

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Stop At: SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery, New York City, New York

Discover America’s most famous port of entry at Ellis island, including the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. On this 3 hour semi-private tour, join up to 8 other travelers to retrace the steps of over 12 million immigrants looking for a new life in the United States.
Begin at the southern tip of Manhattan, at Battery Park, to learn about the city’s earliest beginnings and the Narrows, New York’s most important waterway. Discuss the Castle Garden Immigration Station, the US’s first immigration center, before boarding a ferry to the islands. The first stop is Liberty Island, home to the country’s most famous leading lady. Explore Fort Wood, now a base for the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886. Hear about its history, including lesser known names like Bartholdi and more famous ones like Eiffel, before boarding another ferry to Ellis Island. Follow the path that European immigrants took through the luggage rooms and registry rooms, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by newcomers. Imagine the fear at the separation stairs and kissing post where families’ lives changed forever, for better or worse. End at the Wall of Honor, featuring some 700,000 family names of those who have passed through to the New World. This tour gives a thorough overview of the hope that these New York icons inspired across the ocean.


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Castle Clinton National Monument, New York City, New York

Discover America’s most famous port of entry at Ellis island, including the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. On this 3 hour semi-private tour, join up to 8 other travelers to retrace the steps of over 12 million immigrants looking for a new life in the United States.
Begin at the southern tip of Manhattan, at Battery Park, to learn about the city’s earliest beginnings and the Narrows, New York’s most important waterway. Discuss the Castle Garden Immigration Station, the US’s first immigration center, before boarding a ferry to the islands. The first stop is Liberty Island, home to the country’s most famous leading lady. Explore Fort Wood, now a base for the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886. Hear about its history, including lesser known names like Bartholdi and more famous ones like Eiffel, before boarding another ferry to Ellis Island. Follow the path that European immigrants took through the luggage rooms and registry rooms, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by newcomers. Imagine the fear at the separation stairs and kissing post where families’ lives changed forever, for better or worse. End at the Wall of Honor, featuring some 700,000 family names of those who have passed through to the New World. This tour gives a thorough overview of the hope that these New York icons inspired across the ocean.


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Statue of Liberty, New York City, New York

Discover America’s most famous port of entry at Ellis island, including the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. On this 3 hour semi-private tour, join up to 8 other travelers to retrace the steps of over 12 million immigrants looking for a new life in the United States.
Begin at the southern tip of Manhattan, at Battery Park, to learn about the city’s earliest beginnings and the Narrows, New York’s most important waterway. Discuss the Castle Garden Immigration Station, the US’s first immigration center, before boarding a ferry to the islands. The first stop is Liberty Island, home to the country’s most famous leading lady. Explore Fort Wood, now a base for the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886. Hear about its history, including lesser known names like Bartholdi and more famous ones like Eiffel, before boarding another ferry to Ellis Island. Follow the path that European immigrants took through the luggage rooms and registry rooms, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by newcomers. Imagine the fear at the separation stairs and kissing post where families’ lives changed forever, for better or worse. End at the Wall of Honor, featuring some 700,000 family names of those who have passed through to the New World. This tour gives a thorough overview of the hope that these New York icons inspired across the ocean.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ellis Island, New York City, New York

Discover America’s most famous port of entry at Ellis island, including the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. On this 3 hour semi-private tour, join up to 8 other travelers to retrace the steps of over 12 million immigrants looking for a new life in the United States.
Begin at the southern tip of Manhattan, at Battery Park, to learn about the city’s earliest beginnings and the Narrows, New York’s most important waterway. Discuss the Castle Garden Immigration Station, the US’s first immigration center, before boarding a ferry to the islands. The first stop is Liberty Island, home to the country’s most famous leading lady. Explore Fort Wood, now a base for the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886. Hear about its history, including lesser known names like Bartholdi and more famous ones like Eiffel, before boarding another ferry to Ellis Island. Follow the path that European immigrants took through the luggage rooms and registry rooms, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by newcomers. Imagine the fear at the separation stairs and kissing post where families’ lives changed forever, for better or worse. End at the Wall of Honor, featuring some 700,000 family names of those who have passed through to the New World. This tour gives a thorough overview of the hope that these New York icons inspired across the ocean.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York City, New York

Discover America’s most famous port of entry at Ellis island, including the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. On this 3 hour semi-private tour, join up to 8 other travelers to retrace the steps of over 12 million immigrants looking for a new life in the United States.
Begin at the southern tip of Manhattan, at Battery Park, to learn about the city’s earliest beginnings and the Narrows, New York’s most important waterway. Discuss the Castle Garden Immigration Station, the US’s first immigration center, before boarding a ferry to the islands. The first stop is Liberty Island, home to the country’s most famous leading lady. Explore Fort Wood, now a base for the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886. Hear about its history, including lesser known names like Bartholdi and more famous ones like Eiffel, before boarding another ferry to Ellis Island. Follow the path that European immigrants took through the luggage rooms and registry rooms, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by newcomers. Imagine the fear at the separation stairs and kissing post where families’ lives changed forever, for better or worse. End at the Wall of Honor, featuring some 700,000 family names of those who have passed through to the New World. This tour gives a thorough overview of the hope that these New York icons inspired across the ocean.


Duration: 30 minutes

Departure:

Departure point:

The Immigrants, 1973

Departure time:

9:00 AM

Duration:

3 hours

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For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Guided Tour - Semi-Private 8ppl Max
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Visit two of the most famous sights on earth, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Given by the top rated private and semi private museum & walking tour operator worldwide.

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$119

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