Ten national parks to enjoy in New York Harbor
The Statue of Liberty, miles of beaches, Revolutionary times, birdwatching, Ellis Island, historic forts, vintage aircraft, a crowded tenement, a wildlife refuge, the birthplace of the Bill of Rights, kayaking, a rediscovered African cemetery, a general's tomb. That's what 12 million visitors discover each year as they explore 22 destinations within the National Parks of New York Harbor. Join us.
General Grant National Memorial, or "Grant's Tomb"
General Grant National Memorial is not only the tomb of Ulysses S. Grant and his wife Julia but also a memorial to Grant's life and accomplishments.Read More
A "Castle" that once greeted New York's immigrants
As a fort, theater, immigration station, aquarium and now as a national park, Castle Clinton National Monument changed with the needs of the nation.Read More