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Official Twitter source for the Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. Part of the National Parks of NY Harbor.
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The replica face is on display at the . Feel free to pose and take pictures. You can also feel the thickness of the copper; which is very thin, two pennies put together.
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 18
The staff recommends to visit the islands; but if time is not on your side, one alternative is to ride the Staten Island Ferry. The offers spectacular views of the especially at night.
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 16
The views from the crown are amazing! At the end of the day you can catch a glimpse of the sunset!
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 12
When outside at the top of the pedestal, be sure to look up! is right above you!
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 11
Spring is in the air this weekend! Come and see us! To help plan your visit go to
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 10
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USPPNEWS Jan 9
Today is Wear blue, thank an officer and a ranger. Thank you to all for your support.
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 7
There are replicas of the that come in all shapes and sizes all over the world. This one is from a mine in Karmoy, Norway, which produced the copper for the Statue of Liberty.
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 6
When visiting the , be sure to check out the 10 minute film titled "Liberty Enlightening the World." The film is a huge hit!
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 4
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 3
It looks daunting but you can do it! You can climb 377 stairs to the crown! Make your reservations today at
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Statue of Liberty NM Jan 2
The underwent a major restoration from 1984 to 1986. Here, workers are preparing to remove the original torch. Replacing the torch was a major part of the restoration.
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Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation Jan 1
On January 1, 1892 Ireland’s Annie Moore walked thru the doors of the new federal immigration station on . Annie’s historic first steps there would be followed by those of 12 million immigrants, who were on their way to begin new lives in America.
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National Park Service Dec 27
"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.” - Henry David Thoreau at
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National Park Service Dec 24
Dear Santa, Find your park this holiday season!
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Statue of Liberty NM Dec 21
The and will be closing early and closed entirely on . On Tuesday 12/24, the last incoming sails from New York and New Jersey are at 1:30 PM. The islands close at 3:00 PM. To plan your visit go to
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Statue of Liberty NM Dec 20
The entire staff at the and , our park partners and concessionaires wish everyone ! A special thanks to all of our visitors from all over the world, its been another great year!
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NPS Fire & Aviation Dec 19
Is Santa bringing a drone for Christmas? We get it, drones are fun, but are off limits to drone use as are wilderness & primitive areas. So leave the drone @ home or in the car & enjoy sounds of nature rather than whirring of a drone!
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Statue of Liberty NM Dec 19
A postcard manufactured between 1930 and 1940 with an aerial view of Bedloe’s Island (renamed in 1956). Military buildings are situated behind Fort Wood and visitors are shown disembarking at the north pier.
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Statue of Liberty NM Dec 18
In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson, invoking the Antiquities Act of 1906, proclaims as a part of National Monument; changing control to the , U.S. Department of the
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