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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and 9/11 Museum Entry

From US$115.00
Highlights
  • Views of the Manhattan skyline on ferry ride to Liberty Island
  • Tailored walking tours of Liberty and Ellis islands and Lower Manhattan
  • Includes pedestal access to the Statue of Liberty
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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and 9/11 Museum Entry
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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and 9/11 Museum Entry
From US$115.00
Overview

Experience three of New York’s most iconic landmarks—the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and 9/11 Memorial Museum—in one day. A guide provides historical background for each location, and then gives you free time to explore at your own pace. While most tours are nonstop, you get to enjoy a lunch break (own expense) before joining the guide for tailored walking tour of Lower Manhattan and the 9/11 Memorial.

What to Expect

Meet your guide in Battery Park, where your morning skip-the-line ticket gives you priority boarding on the Liberty Island ferry.

At Liberty Island, your guide takes your group on a tailored walking tour of the Statue of Liberty. Take advantage of pedestal access for a birds-eye view. Follow your guide to Ellis Island for another tour, and then explore at your own pace for a few hours before returning to Manhattan by ferry.

While most tours are nonstop, on this tour, enjoy a lunch break (own expense). After lunch, meet your guide in Battery Park for a Lower Manhattan walking tour. Start at St. Paul’s Chapel, and then continue to the 9/11 Memorial.

The tour ends here as you say goodbye to the guide and head into the National September 11 Memorial and Museum with skip-the-line access. Experience the museum at your own pace.

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Reviewed 4 days ago
Alvaro made the tour awesome!!

We had the greatest time on this tour. Our tour guide Alvaro made it so interesting, he was informative, animated, organized, and fun. There was never a dull moment. Thank you Alvaro!

1  Thank Janette Z
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Exceptional day...

I stumbled upon this tour package via a random Google search that took me to it via Expedia and boy am I glad it did. This was an ambitious day so I want to make that part very clear right out of the gate as...More

Thank Tracey K
Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile
You Need To Take This Tour

Rob was our tour guide and he did a great job! He was very knowledgeable and friendly and made the tour a lot of fun. This was my first visit to New York, and I'm so glad I chose a Walks of New York tour.

Thank DCA1569
Reviewed 8 April 2018
Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!

We started off the day at a foggy, cold and yet upbeat feeling gathering point at Battery Park to be assigned to a retired chap from New York by the name of Jerry. He was *Amazing* he told us stories of his own experiences in...More

2  Thank Blake S
Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile
I have mixed feelings about this.

The first part of the tour at the Statue of Liberty was great even though the weather wasn't cooperative and was foggy. It improved before the tour was finished. I was on a mobility scooter and everyone was very helpful. Our tour guide, Jerry was...More

Thank luv2golf12
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Marzipan1950
2 May 2018|
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Response from luv2golf12 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. It's about .8 mile or about a15-20 minute walk. I'm disabled so we took Lyft everywhere.
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Marzipan1950
27 April 2018|
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Response from DCA1569 | Reviewed this property |
I suppose it's possible but I would be surprised. We took the tour in April and booked it in January.
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