Statue of Liberty Tour
The Statue of Liberty
Onto Ellis Island
The Statue of Liberty does not allow selfie sticks, large bags, large bottles of water, tripods, and other large objects.
There is an airport-style security screening involving metal detectors, long lines and occasional questioning as a part of access to the Statue of Liberty. Clients with mobility issues may be eligible for an expedited security process.
Yes, the main pedestal area and museum are accessible to visitors with limited mobility.
Rachel McKinney is a New York-based theater/film artist who shares stories that bring light to humanity. She had a multicultural upbringing, being raised in Chile, Mexico, and Arizona, however is she is a New Yorker through and through. She is passionate about making the world a better place through the use of whatever ability she has, whether it be through writing, teaching, acting, or producing, with focus on new works development and tackling social justice issues. For years she conducted extensive historical research and tours daily at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and is in development on multiple projects based on these experiences. Rachel holds her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University. www.RachelMcKinney.com
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