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Most people know that Lady Liberty was a gift to America from the French people, delivered in 300 copper pieces and assembled on an iron structure des...

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Meet NYC’s most famous lady up close and in person on our Early Access Statue of Liberty Tour.Start the tour with a little context, visiting...

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Join an all-inclusive visit to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, both New York City landmarks and symbols of freedom. This tour includ...

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Get up close to one of the world's most famous monuments, the Statue of Liberty. Sail around the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on a 60-...

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With the New York CityPASS, you'll save 42% on admission to the city’s most popular attractions. The pass costs less than the combined price...

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The ultimate New York experience is easy and affordable with The Sightseeing Pass that offers more than 100 attractions including exclusive ...

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Your New York adventure just got easier (and less expensive) with the sightseeing card that offers access to more than 80 things to do, incl...

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Cruise along the New York harbor and pass the most famous New York City landmarks. Enjoy magnificent views of both Midtown and Downtown in j...

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IMPORTANT: SERVICE SUSPENDED on Thursday 31st January 2019 due to bad weather conditions.Experience New York’s top sights and attractions at...

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Lower Manhattan’s greatest attractions are gathered together in this comprehensive one-day tour with a local guide. You’ll see: - Battery Pa...

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If you want to see the Statue of Liberty but you aren’t interested in getting up early to catch the first boat over to Liberty Island, this ...

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Get admission to attractions and tours of your choice with the New York Explorer Pass. Once purchased, the pass can be downloaded instantly ...

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Discover the Big Apple and see iconic NYC landmarks for 72 hours aboard a double-decker hop-on, hop-off bus featuring loops through downtown...

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The inside story

Most people know that Lady Liberty was a gift to America from the French people, delivered in 300 copper pieces and assembled on an iron structure designed by Gustave Eiffel (the tower man). Between 1984 and 1986, the statue was heavily renovated, her iron infrastructure being replaced with stainless steel and a new flame coated in 24-carat gold.

It’s not easy holding the torch in all weathers. Lightning strikes her about 600 times each year. Her raised arm can move five inches (12cm) in strong winds, and she was closed in 2012 after Hurricane Sandy. People are another danger. In 1916, during WW I, some Germans exploded a bomb inside her, causing $100,000 of damage.

Today, the Statue of Liberty is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is visited by around four million people each year. She is one of the most powerful symbols of America – the first sight of many new immigrants to the country in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and a feature of the $10 bill. In New York, you’ll find hundreds of Liberty souvenirs, most of them wonderfully horrible.

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