A Journey of Discovery Statue of Liberty

9 May 2022 — 31 Dec 2022

The Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration is a living monument to the story of the American people.

Housed inside the restored main building of the former immigration complex, the Museum documents the rich story of American immigration through a carefully curated collection of photographs, heirlooms, and searchable historic records.

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The Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island are located in New York Harbor. Both are a ferry ride away, and can be accessed from Battery Park in New York City or Liberty State Park in New Jersey.

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