- The history of immigration to America in one guided tour
- Visit Ellis Island and the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty - symbol of freedom for those fleeing oppression.
The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French, erected in 1886 and one of America’s most enduring and iconic sights. This tour enables you to skip the lines and visit the statue’s pedestal, from where you’ll enjoy superb views of Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge and Governor’s Island. An enduring symbol of freedom, she has welcomed millions of immigrants from around the world to New York.
Next you’ll take the ferry over to Ellis Island and explore the reception centre, which over 60 years processed some 12 million immigrants. Learn their stories of heartbreak, hope and salvation through an incredible archive of letters, photographs, memorabilia and recordings. If you want to understand the history of the United States, and what made it the country it is today, this is a must.