Plan Your Visit

There are many things to see and do within the National Parks of New York Harbor, from learning about American history to birdwatching. Visit the individual park pages to see what's offered and how to make the most of your visit.

Statue of Liberty Homepage

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The iconic epitome of freedom representing the United States of America.

Ellis Island Homepage

Ellis Island National Monument

Once served as America's largest and most active immigration station.

Gateway NRA Homepage

Gateway National Recreation Area

One park, many sites, covering over 26,000 acres around the harbor.

Stonewall Homepage

Stonewall National Monument

Represents a milestone in the quest for LGBTQ civil rights.

Lifelike Figures Inside the African Burial Ground

African Burial Ground National Monument

A sacred place honoring the enslaved Africans buried there.

Federal Hall National Memorial

Federal Hall National Memorial

Where President George Washington first took the oath of office.

Fort Jay, one of two historic forts on the island, has a dry moat.

Governors Island National Monument

The island that defended New York for two centuries.

Roosevelt's Birthplace Homepage

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace NHS

The childhood home of the first U.S. President born in New York City.

Entrance to former fort Castle Clinton

Castle Clinton National Monument

Once a defense fort, an immigration station, and a concert hall.

The church in Westchester County stood between two armies.

Saint Paul's Church NHS

The church that found itself caught between British and Continental armies.


Hamilton Grange National Memorial

For his family, Alexander Hamilton built this home in Harlem.

Both Ulysses S. Grant and his wife Julia are entombed here.

General Grant National Memorial

The final resting place of the General and his wife.

Last updated: August 8, 2019

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