Free public domain images of the Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty National Monument offers still photographs and moving images of the park and the statue for use by media organizations and individuals. All photos and movie clips are taken by park staff and volunteers and are not covered by copyright; they may be used by anyone, free of charge. Files include the interior of the statue, high resolution images of the statue and photos of the park before and after Hurricane Sandy, including the park's recovery.
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).
Hurricane Sandy Damage to Liberty Island
Damage to Manhattan overlook wayside
Liberty Island: Recent Repairs
Statue of Liberty's Pedestal before 2012 Renovation
Construction for a new exit
Statue of Liberty's Pedestal after 2012 Renovation
Interior steps I
July 4, 2009 Crown Re-Opening
American filmmaker Ken Burns
July 4, 2011 Statue of Liberty's 125th Anniversary
Cannon salute on Manhattan overlook
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.
One World Trade Center zoom out from Crown (15s) - crown 1.MTS or Crown1.wmv
Last updated: August 23, 2020