• Statue of Liberty N.M.

    Statue Of Liberty

    National Monument New York

Contact Public Affairs

A replica of Lady Liberty's face as it originally appeared to the public when the Statue was first unveiled in 1886. The replica is located in the museum exhibit within the pedestal, or monument, of the Statue.

A replica of Lady Liberty's face as it originally appeared to the public when the Statue was first unveiled in 1886. The replica is located in the museum exhibit within the pedestal, or monument, of the Statue.

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Statue of Liberty National Monument is a national park which encompasses both Liberty Island, site of the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island, home of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. The park's Public Affairs Office is responsible for media affairs on both islands.

For information on news stories regarding the park: Email us!

Phone: 917-299-3843 (mobile only; no land lines yet after Hurricane Sandy)

FAX: none (see above)

Mailing address:
Statue of Liberty National Monument
c/o Public Affairs Office
New York, New York 10004

Did You Know?

Aerial photo of Ellis Island

Ellis Island is not its own National Park site. It was added to the National Park system in May of 1965 by President Lyndon B. Johnson. It is part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument and was opened to the public as a museum of immigration in 1990.