Statue of Liberty

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Liberty Island
New York, NY 10004
(212) 363-3200

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  • The crown reopened in summer 2009 for the first time since 9/11 and will be open until 2011 when it is closed for renovations.
  • Did you know? In 1885, the dismantled Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor after being shipped across the Atlantic in 350 individual pieces packed in more than 200 cases!
  • Ever since I learned this was a gift from France, Ive done my best in dealings with various mademoiselles to return the favor.
  • She looks great at sunset!
  • Whenever you see the statue you get this feeling inside you. Never take liberty for granted!
  • Thank publisher Joseph Pulitzeryes, that Pulitzerfor stimulating enough American donations to pay for Lady Libertys pedestal. His statue is at the walkway near the left entrance to the statue.
  • "France gave the United States the Statue of Liberty. The United States gave the world the bean bag chair. Lets call it even." - Conan O'Brien
  • Going from Jersey is easier and closer. Plus cheaper.
  • On July 4th, 2013, I was here to reopen the Statue of Liberty to visitors with U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell: http://bit.ly/12VdbQp
  • The iconic Lady Liberty stands over 300 feet tall from the ground. Make sure to get to Battery Park early as the lines for the ferry get very long very fast.
  • on the evil to enemies - on pleasure to mother
  • Watch her right heel !!
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  • Needing a symbol of something good and pure, the Ghostbusters enlist the assistance of Lady Liberty in the 1989 "Ghostbusters 2", navigating her through the streets of New York
  • First time in New York City - visit the Statue of Liberty
  • Prior to its unveiling in 1886 the 1st site arriving immigrants saw was a sculpture known as the Coney Island Elephant. Auctions & prize fights were held to create a pedestal. More info via our blog.
  • FACT: This is actually in New Jersey.
  • Jay-Z: "Statue of Liberty, long live the World trade, long live the King yo, Im from the Empire State that's"
  • See some amazing photos of Lady Liberty throughout NY history on our photo archive website!