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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and One World Observatory

Highlights
  • Tour Liberty and Ellis islands and Lower Manhattan with a guide
  • Views of the Manhattan skyline on ferry ride to Liberty Island
  • Recharge on a midday break in Battery Park with views of the Hudson
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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and One World Observatory
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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour Including Pedestal Access, Lower Manhattan Sightseeing and One World Observatory
From US$115,00
Overview

Visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island by ferry on a tour that allots time for you to explore at your own pace. After you recharge during lunch (own expense), enjoy a guided walking tour of Lower Manhattan, including a stop in front of the 9/11 Memorial. This tour ends with guaranteed, skip-the-line entry to the popular One World Observatory.

What to Expect

Meet your guide bright and early in Battery Park. At the pier, enjoy priority access to the Liberty Island ferry. As you sail across the Hudson, enjoy views of the Manhattan skyline.

Arrive at Liberty Island, where you learn about Lady Liberty’s construction and climb the pedestal for views of Manhattan. After a guided tour of Ellis Island, enjoy a few hours to explore on your own.

Will most tours are nonstop, you are able to relax and recharge on your own for lunch (own expense). Then, meet up with your guide and begin a walking tour of Lower Manhattan with a stop in front of the 9/11 Memorial.

Say goodbye to your guide on arrival at One World Observatory, where your reserved ticket allows you to skip the often long lines for entry. Spend as much time as you like taking in 360-degree views of the city from the 102nd floor.

Reviews (61)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 9 August 2018
Robert was amazing story teller!

Robert gave us an unforgettable memory to know about the history of New York and the lady liberty. I'd like to say he is really amazing story teller. And nice pictures!!!

Thank Taewook J
Reviewed 31 May 2018
Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, 9/11, observatory

Robert was an excellent guide. He draws in the group with his stories and explanations. He is very aware of the group dynamic and is very attentive to all. It was pouring down rain but no-one seemed to mind. We were scheduled to go with...More

Thank Anne G
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile
Tour guide Robert was Amazing!

I really didn’t know what to expect when starting this tour, and I was absolutely pleasantly surprised! The interesting facts and unforgettable stories told alone would still have been powerful and fascinating, but Roberts passionate way of telling personal stories and historical and other facts...More

Thank FloorVanGerwen
Reviewed 11 April 2018
Moving Experience

Ask for Robert Yonskie as your tour guide! He is a 5 star guide who added personal touches like taking beautiful individual pictures of each guest at the Statue of Liberty. Extremely knowledgeable. We learned so much about the Statue and Ellis Island. Even kept...More

Thank H9621BXgeorgec
Reviewed 6 January 2018
Best way to see the Statue and Ellis Island - with Alvaro!

Alvaro made this tour very interesting, was great at giving us free time for discovering what interested us and photo taking. He took a group picture and emailed it to us! He kept track of our group by remembering where we were from. Our afternoon...More

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