Statue of Liberty Club
Wow! 130 years and still standing tall
After all this time she still has great posture. If we could all be so lucky.
She had another awesome day with cake, music, special visitors from her home country, and a nice fall day. ... See MoreSee Less
The Statue of Liberty Club updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less
National Park Service
Statue of Liberty National Monument at Smithsonian National Postal Museum.
This artwork by Richard Waldrep is based on a 1905 photograph. It was incorporated into a 32 cent postage stamp in 1998. Visit the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration this spring. Plan your visit at: www.nps.gov/elis ... See MoreSee Less
Segments of copper were removed from the torch's flame over many decades. These modifications allowed moisture inside and damaged iron components inside the torch. The original torch is now on display in the monument lobby. Come see it for yourself...and bring the family. Plan your visit: www.nps.gov/STLI and make your reservations: www.statuecruises.com ... See MoreSee Less
Statue of Liberty National Monument added 2 new photos.
Lady Liberty, Ellis Island and NYC had guests from France swing by today.
French Air Force fighter jets flew above the harbor trailing red, white and blue display smoke.
The group is part of the Patrouille Acrobatique de France ("Acrobatic Patrol of France"). They are equivalent to America's Air Force Thunderbirds and Navy Blue Angels, and they're touring the United States to celebrate the 100th anniversary of America's April 6, 1917 entry in World War I.
Photo Credits: Gary Hershon, Olivier Ravenel ... See MoreSee Less
Come on out from the shadows!
We hope this spring many of you will #FindYourPark. We invite you all, especially the locals in #NewYorkCity and #NewJersey to reconnect with us. Do not be a stranger. Planning a visit begins here: www.nps.gov/stli
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @StateEllisNPS too. ... See MoreSee Less
Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Foundation
We are excited to share the news with you...construction of the new Statue of Liberty Museum is now underway on Liberty Island! The crane has arrived, site preparation has begun, a new pier is being built—all to lay the groundwork for this once-in-a-generation project. When the museum opens, it will offer interactive galleries that tell the story of freedom in the United States and of Liberty’s significance to our nation and the entire world. We have set an ambitious goal of opening the Statue of Liberty Museum in 2019. Find out how you can help bit.ly/2kn9Bjs. #statueoflibertymuseum ... See MoreSee Less
The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. shared their photo.
Did you catch this story about Estee Lauder’s founders’ ties to Ellis Island? We are thrilled to have the support of The Lauder Foundation for our newest project: the construction of the Statue of Liberty Museum. Learn more about the project here: bit.ly/2e2dUkx. #makeupmonday #womenshistorymonth ... See MoreSee Less
We’re kicking off our #makeupmonday series with the extraordinary Estée Lauder! She was the co-founder, along with her husband Joseph Lauder (originally Lauter), of The Estee Lauder Companies. Both Estée and Joseph have Ellis Island roots through their parents, and the third generation of Lauders remains involved with the cosmetics company today. Here, Estée, traveling under her first name Josephine, and Joseph Lauter sail 1st Class from France through the Port of New York in 1953 bit.ly/2nwBYQC. Photo: The Estée Lauder Companies #WomensHistoryMonth
We’re kicking off our #makeupmonday series with the extraordinary Estée Lauder! She was the co-founder, along with her husband Joseph Lauder (originally Lauter), of The Estee Lauder Companies. Both Estée and Joseph have Ellis Island roots through their parents, and the third generation of Lauders remains involved with the cosmetics company today. Here, Estée, traveling under her first name Josephine, and Joseph Lauter sail 1st Class from France through the Port of New York in 1953 bit.ly/2nwBYQC. Photo: The Estée Lauder Companies #WomensHistoryMonth ... See MoreSee Less
The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. shared Who Do You Think You Are?'s photo.
Will you be watching Noah Wyle's story tonight on Who Do You Think You Are? Airs on TLC at 10/9C. #WDYTYA ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight, Noah Wyle discovers his ancestor fought in one of America's biggest battles on #WDYTYA!
Statue of Liberty Gift Store
Evelyn Hill Inc. and the Statue of Liberty National Park have been working together to provide excellent services to visitors for the past 85 years. We are proud to be a part of this family and help create beautiful memories for everyone. 💚🗽🇺🇸 For more info about us visit buff.ly/2l5rAuy and buff.ly/2l5waJu ... See MoreSee Less
They say "A picture is worth a thousand words". What does this image represent for you? 🇺🇸🗽 Photo credits from Sam Hodgson - New York Times ... See MoreSee Less
Great News to Start the Weekend! The Liberty State Park, NJ security screening tent has been cleared to resume normal operations and will re-open to the public tomorrow morning, Saturday, January 21. Ferries will resume regular schedules tomorrow morning as well #Statue Cruises. We thank you for your patience.