Greetings from Statue of Liberty National Monument

In 2012, my partner Keith and I got a NYC 3 day pass. We used that thing like we were getting paid for it! And had the sore feet to prove it. But what a great trip to an amazing city. We could probably get a few more 3 day passes and still leave things unseen.

Sincerely,
Tracy

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The statue stands on Liberty Island in New York, and overlooks New York Harbor and the city skyline. A symbol of liberty and relief from oppression, she was the first sight of America for US immigrants who arrived by boat.

State(s): New Jersey New York,

Established: 1924

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