Statue of Liberty

Schedule:   In this season

                 From 8:30 to 4:00 p. m.

To visit the STATUE OF LIBERTY, you have two options: one through Staten Island Ferry which is free and crosses near the island letting you take pictures; you just have to try to locate in a good position in the outer aisles of the ferry and have your camera by hand. Leaves...



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Staten Island Ferry

For all visitors that want to see the Statue of Liberty but that also want to cut back on extra expenses; your best option is coming to Pier 1, you can get there by taking the 1, which is the red line to South Ferry or the R yellow line to White Street South Ferry station. Remember, the Staten Island Ferry works 24-hours a day, departing every half-hour according to schedule. The Ferry...



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Ellis Island

Schedule:             Depends on the season, a boat starts the route between 8:30 - 9:30am

                            The last ferry returns at 5:00 p.m.

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The Skyscraper Museum

Schedule:                  From 12: 00.m. 6:00 p.m.

                                 Wednesdays to Sundays

It is currently the only museum of its kind located in New York, this small museum is in the southern part of Manhattan, it focuses on building...



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Museum of Jewish Heritage

 

Schedule:   Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 5:45 pm

                    Wednesday 10am to 8pm

                    Friday 10am to 5pm

                    Saturday Closed

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Robert F Wagner Jr Park

If you like outdoor activities and want to enjoy Lower Manhattan beautiful views, we invite you to visit Robert F. Wagner Junior Park, located next to Battery Park and behind the Museum of Jewish heritage. Here you could do activities such as skating, bicycling, skateboarding, jogging, or just walking around enjoying a beautiful sunset, and observe the majesty of the Statue of Liberty.



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Battery Park

Battery Park is a park of 10 hectares, is situated at the southern tip of New York City in Lower Manhattan, in front of the harbor. The name comes from the fact of having been the place where the Dutch and British were establishing their artillery batteries in order to protect the port. Along the coast, are the springs of where the ferries depart with destination to the Statue of Liberty and...



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Clinton Castle

Inside the Battery Park, the Castle Clinton highlights, a fort built before the 1812's war, by the Major DeWitt Clinton, it is now a national monument. In addition to having a small exhibit of history, several concerts are performed during the summer. the Castle is the place where the tickets for the Ferry to visit the Liberty and Ellis islands are sold. The story says that in this area,...



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Governors Island National Monument

 Place:               Governors Island (Isla de los Gobernadores)

Admision:         Fare Ferry for childrean under 13 is free, Passengers ride free on Saturdays and Sundays until 11:30am / entrance to the island is free

The island is a national monument and is open to all tourists between  May and October,  Passengers...



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Fraunces Tavern Museum

Schedule:     Monday to Friday 12pm to 5pm

                      Saturdays and Sundays 11am to 5pm

 

It is recognized as the oldest structure in Manhattan, the only museum in New York dedicated to the history of the War of Independence. Today ,visitors can see the rooms, paintings, artifacts and weapons from the colonial...



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Federal Hall

Schedule:             Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

                            Saturday – Sunday closed

Admission:           Free admission

 

Federal Hall is located on Wall Street in New York City, was the first...



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