• Statue of Liberty N.M.

    Statue Of Liberty

    National Monument New York

Torch Cam

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One Camera points down at the Statue's Crown and Tablet.
NPS / EarthCam
 

Five Torch Webcams are now LIVE - Enjoy the views!

Three cameras will provide unobstructed panoramas and live views of the famed New York City skyline, along with a front row seat to watch views of the majestic Hudson River and ships in New York Harbor. Two other cameras point back at the Statue. One provides a ultra wide-angle interactive view of the famed golden torch and the other camera looks downward at the crown, tablet and feet.

The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. (SOLEIF), the official partner of the park, worked with EarthCam to make these internationally accessible views a reality. Brian Cury, CEO & Founder of EarthCam, Inc., the company that designed, produced and donated the technology behind the TorchCam, created custom camera systems that generate live video and widescreen 25 megapixel panoramic images. These cameras give visitors unmatched views from the Statue of Liberty torch, a location that has been closed to the public since 1916.

For the complete press release, click here.

 
Rain Torch
View of the torch in the rain.
 
NYC & Ellis Island from Liberty's torch
A view of New York City, Jersey City, NJ, and Ellis Island from the Statue of Liberty's torch.
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Did You Know?

Visitors arriving at Liberty Island via ferry.

The only way to get to Liberty Island is by using the Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Ferry system. Private vessels are not allowed to dock at Liberty and Ellis Islands.