Liberty Island
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Our most recommended Liberty Island Group Activities

  • 2-Hour Statue of Liberty Day Sail on the Schooner Adirondack

    1. 2-Hour Statue of Liberty Day Sail on the Schooner Adirondack

    Experience New York in a whole new way on this 2-hour sailing trip aboard the Adirondack, an 80-foot, wooden pilot schooner. The noise and chaos of Manhattan will be quickly forgotten as you sail out onto New York Harbor with the breeze in your hair. Sailing New York Harbor allows you to take in the famous Manhattan skyline as it was meant to be seen, from the water - plus you'll enjoy spectacular views of Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. The tour heads south from Chelsea Piers and down the Hudson River to Battery Park, passing by Ellis Island and sailing out to the Statue of Liberty. Enjoy a complimentary drink, as well as additional drinks being available for purchase. The aim is for an elegant, relaxing, peaceful, and safe experience for all guests. The engines will be shut down for as long as possible to ensure a true sailing experience.

    I cannot swim. I have a total fear of water. My wife persuaded me to go on the adventure. The Captain and sailors made em feel totally comfortable and very safe.

  • New York: Buffet Lunch or Dinner Cruise from New Jersey

    2. New York: Buffet Lunch or Dinner Cruise from New Jersey

    See the sights of New York City from onboard the Spirit of New Jersey with a 2- to 3-hour cruise on the East and Hudson Rivers. Enjoy a delicious buffet attended by a server while sailing through the Big Apple. While boarding the vessel at Lincoln Harbor, you'll be personally greeted and your picture will be taken by the ship's photographer to capture the memory. After being seated at your private outdoor table, enjoy your lunch or dinner buffet consisting of creative meals prepared fresh daily. While you feast, listen to tunes by an onboard DJ. After your meal, relax and sip a cocktail as you listen to the waves. Throughout your meal watch the skyscrapers of New York City's distinctive skyline glide by. SAMPLE LUNCH/DINNER BUFFET MENU Salads Organic Mixed Field Greens Organic Spinach & Kale Salad Green Bean Salad Kidney Bean, Black Bean & Chickpea Sal...

    Well worth doing, had an unbelievable time... Went from N.J & had better parking and longer time on the boat...

  • New York City: Half-Day Tour

    3. New York City: Half-Day Tour

    Spend the day visiting New York City’s most iconic landmarks, including the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. See St. Patrick's Cathedral and check out the wonderful views of New York as you travel down 5th Ave. The Empire State Building is accessible at the end of the tour with a reserve or express ticket, which is optional and must be bought separately. Use the high-powered binoculars to get a better look at the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Hudson River, Central Park, and more.   After this experience, the group will head to Little Italy for a pastry snack. Continue your tour over to the Wall Street area, where you can check out Trinity Church, Federal Hall, and the Charging Bull statue, an enduring symbol of optimism and prosperity.   The second highlight of your tour will be a visit to the Statue of Liberty, which you’ll access by taking the ferry to Liberty...

    Extremely friendly and informative Tour. Uncle Jeffrey was very entertaining and a good tour guide with a lot of experience and knowledge. Highly recommended

  • New York: 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Cruise

    4. New York: 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Cruise

    The Hunt for Bin Laden opened at the 9/11 Memorial Museum in November 2019. The exhibition examines the 10-year search for Osama bin Laden, documenting the intelligence and military activities that led to a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where the leader of al-Qaeda was killed nearly 10 years after 9/11. With this experience, you will enter the museum on the memorial pool grounds with express tickets. The museum preserves the memory of past events and the promise of renewal through reconstruction. The museum recognizes the power of place and highlights the authentic archaeological remnants of the World Trade Center. The Survivors’ Stairs lie at the end of the ramp. This staircase at the edge of the elevated World Trade Center Plaza provided an unobstructed exit for people fleeing the site. As you enter the museum you will walk in the steps that lead hundreds of survivors to safety o...

  • New York City: Statue of Liberty and Top Sights Walking Tour

    5. New York City: Statue of Liberty and Top Sights Walking Tour

    Start your 5-hour walking bright and early, heading down to Wall Street, the oldest part of Manhattan. Admire the iconic buildings, from modern skyscrapers to Arc Deco towers. Pass Ground Zero, and see the famous Charging Bull statue outside the New York Stock Exchange. Continue to Greenwich Village through Five Points, Chinatown, and Little Italy, all the while picking up history and local insight from your expert guide. Head to the Rockefeller Center, past The Flatiron Building, Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building, 5th Avenue, Times Square, New York Public Library, and the Chrysler Building. The urban oasis of Central Park is your next destination. Sights along the way include the NBC Studios, Radio City Music Hall, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Grand Central Station, Carnegie Hall, and more. Stroll through the most famous park in America, then finish your tour at the Guggenhe...

  • New York: Statue of Liberty and One World Observatory

    6. New York: Statue of Liberty and One World Observatory

    Get the best of the “Big Apple” with a combined, 2-part tour of two of New York’s main attractions. Start your day at Battery Park, where priority boarding will get you on one of the 1st ferries of the day to leave for Liberty Island. Marvel at the views of New York City as you sail across the harbor. On arrival at Liberty Island, enjoy a tour of the Statue of Liberty. Re-board the ferry to cross to Ellis Island, and learn about the immigration process that 12 million new arrivals to the New World underwent. Walk the Stairs of Separation, and get a feel for how it must have felt for lovers and families as they awaited their fate and new life in the “Land of the Free.” Break for lunch, before your afternoon tour of the 9/11 Memorial and One World Observatory. Go to the heart of the terrible tragedy of 11 September 2001, and learn how the city rebuilt itself, bigger, better and stronger...

  • New York: Wall Street Tour with Statue of Liberty Ticket

    7. New York: Wall Street Tour with Statue of Liberty Ticket

    The economic heartbeat of the world, Wall Street and New York's Financial District are the birthplaces of billionaires and corporate titans. Discover the origins of the New York Stock Exchange and learn about the Captains of Industry during our Gilded Age. Gain a full understanding of what Bitcoin, Short Squeezes, and Non-Fungible Tokens are and their effect on financial markets. All tour guides use extra-large posters to help explain these complex financial structures. Learn how the 2008 Financial Collapse happened and who made billions during this crisis. This tour is the perfect those interested in how financial markets operate and those interested in working on Wall Street.

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What people are saying about Liberty Island

I cannot swim. I have a total fear of water. My wife persuaded me to go on the adventure. The Captain and sailors made em feel totally comfortable and very safe.

Extremely friendly and informative Tour. Uncle Jeffrey was very entertaining and a good tour guide with a lot of experience and knowledge. Highly recommended

Well worth doing, had an unbelievable time... Went from N.J & had better parking and longer time on the boat...

Knowledgable, friendly crew. Great drink service. Total bargain!

fantastic trip, way better than an old noisy ferry