Whether you want to relive a previous visit to the Statue of Liberty, or you've never been to the park and want to get an idea of what it's like, a virtual tour is the way to go.
You control your experience within the virtual tour, choosing from 360-degree panoramas, videos, pictures, and sounds. You will need to have the latest version of Flash Player plugin installed on your computer. A dial-up version of the virtual tour is designed for anyone with a slower (dial-up) connection.
Take the Virtual Tour!
This unique experience will enable a global audience with equal and unprecedented access to one of the world's best known, beloved and inspiring symbols; The statue of "Liberty Enlightening the World"
Please contact us if you have any problems or comments about virtual tours of the park.
Make the Most of your eTour
Headphone: Click this button to listen to audio. You may or may not need to adjust your computer's volume. For accessibility, a text equivalent version of the audio is provided.
Indicator: Nothing happens if you click this or hold your mouse over it. This just indicates where in the lower left-hand map you are currently located.
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.