Planning a visit to the World Trade Center, One World Observatory or The 9/11 Memorial and Museum? Combine it with a visit to the Statue of Liberty and do it all in one day to save time and money.
You’ll visit the Statue of Liberty and get special pedestal access, Ellis Island, One World Observatory, The 9/11 Memorial, St. Paul’s Chapel, Fireman’s Memorial, The Oculus, Brookfield Place and the Fulton Center on this full day walking tour.
Add an admission ticket to the National September 11th Museum or Top off your day with admission to the tallest building In NYC, One World Trade Center.
Each Guest Gets Their Own Personal Headset to Hear the Guide Speaking Live.
Enjoy every moment of your guides live narration without outside interruption, feel free to take pictures and enjoy the views because our transmitter and received system cuts down on outside noise and lets you hear the guide speaking live without having to stand around in a circle.
Visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Your day begins with priority boarding on the ferry for your visit to the Statue of Liberty. When you arrive at Liberty Island you’ll go inside the statue’s pedestal and make a quick stop for a photo with Lady Liberty’s original torch. Your guide will tell you its interesting story. Then you’ll enter the museum where your guide will highlight all you need to know about the national monument.
Then it’s up to the statue’s pedestal for amazing 360-degree views of the New York City skyline, great photo ops, and a full explanation of what you’re seeing. Finally, you’ll get a once-in-a-lifetime photo with Lady Liberty before going back to the ferry for Ellis Island and the Immigration Museum.
On Ellis Island, hear stories of hopeful immigrants who made the long, dangerous and uncertain voyage to America, arriving at what would soon become the iconic symbol of U.S. immigration. Walk in their footsteps, from the ferry dock through the Great Hall and down the Stairs of Separation as you follow them through the required inspections and examinations leading to that moment when they would learn the outcome of their quest to enter America.