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

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
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 1 week ago
Robert, one of the best tour guides there is.

A great storyteller. Robert makes every story touch your heart. He knows exactly what to say and when. His tour was extremely fun and informative for my family, tells facts in a concise and witty way. We're a family of five with two pre-teens and...More

Thank Mays A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
911 tour

Robert was awesome!! He knows his NY history! I highly recommend this tour! Prepare to be taken back in history as he describes the stories so perfect!

Thank Marcus D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Robert

Amazing guide with real life experiences of the events he educates you on. He was very fun and energetic yet very knowledgeable we learned a lot ! Great guide get him for any tour!

Thank bolinchy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
First time to New York

My husband and I decided to visit New York when our trip to Alaska fell through. I am so glad we chose NY! We wanted to see as much as we could in the short time we had. We chose to do the Statue of...More

Thank ALRandell
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Our tour with Robert Yonskie to the Stature of Liberty, Ellis Island, & the 9/11 Monument

Alison and I thoroughly enjoyed both tours with Robert. Robert is a enjoyment to have as a tour guide. His professionalism is above the bar. His knowledge of both tours gave us so much more enlightenment of the history behind the Statue of Liberty, Ellis...More

1  Thank Steven R
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Ayla S
22 June 2018|
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Response from Blake S | Reviewed this property |
Admission only covers the pedestal, access is also largely by stairs so be aware of this before committing to that level of staircase usage.
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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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