NPS photo by Kevin Daley.
Free public domain images of the Statue of Liberty available for downloading
High-resolution photographs of Statue of Liberty National Monument and video footage of the interior of the Statue of Liberty may be downloaded here by anyone who wishes to use them.
Video files are offered in .MTS format and, when possible, in .WTS format as well. There is no difference in the content of these files.
All of the video and photographic content on this page was created by the National Park Service and is in the public domain. It may be used by anyone at any time without our permission or knowledge. Please credit all photos and videos to "National Park Service" (or "U.S. National Park Service" for media outside the United States).
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Liberty Island a few days after the Hurricane Sandy
Liberty Island: Recent Repairs
another north dock view.JPG
Statue of Liberty's Pedestal before 2012 Renovation
Statue of Liberty's Pedestal after 2012 Renovation
July 4, 2009 Crown Re-Opening
city lights youth chorus.JPG
July 4, 2011 Statue of Liberty's 125th Anniversary
3- nps director jarvis and superintendent luchsinger.jpg
The video clips below are .MTS files, a high definition video format. When possible, we offer them in .WMV format (for Windows Media Player) as well.
Freedom Tower zoom out from Crown (15s) - crown l.MTS or Crown1.wmv
Did You Know?
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.