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There's free parking and way faster lines/ticketing/will call than Manhattan - this is a good sized park with fantastic views of Manhattan, staten, Liberty and Ellis Island. Also the empty sky memorial for 9/11 is here .
Make sure to pack your patience and to buy your tickets online, otherwise, you will be waiting hours! The coffee at the restaurant is worth the chaos :). It was a long wait but the fairy and the history was worth the experience.
A very pleasant, easily accessible park with great views of Manhattan and the harbor. There is a ferry to Manhattan that costs $7 each way to the World Trade Center. There is a science museum on the property.
This is a beautiful park, spacious and very well maintained. Great view of NYC skyline and Statue of Liberty. Also has a 9-11 memorial in the park. Instead of struggling with driving and parking in the city, would highly recommend taking the ferry from Liberty...More
We drove all over the place trying to find the landing area for the ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. It does not look much like a park once inside it as there is a lot of industrial buildings etc. Very poor...More
If you like to take long walks or are looking to get out for some fresh air, this is a great place to walk around and enjoy the view of the NYC skyline. I will note that if you have scheduled a Statue of Liberty...More
My mum and I wanted to find the Liberation Holocaust Memorial. It was our first day in New York on a trip we planned to celebrate her upcoming 70th birthday. We took the Subway, Path and light rail only to end up in New Jersey....More
We stopped by for a quick visit before checking in to our hotel. All I can say is WOW! If you want a great view of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty without the crowds and craziness, you need to stop here. This...More
fantastic park. not crowded. while waiting for ferry to Statue Island, we manage to walk along the water front and take beautiful pic of NYC/manhanttan from opposite site. only known for local people. so no worries about long queue. so windy that day. but we...More
Response from fivsonsmom | Reviewed this property |
The view of Manhattan is great. The view of Ellis Island is ok. We could not see the Statue of Liberty from Liberty Park. I have pored over my photos and unless it has since disappeared into the "New York Bay Triangle", it... More
The view of Manhattan is great. The view of Ellis Island is ok. We could not see the Statue of Liberty from Liberty Park. I have pored over my photos and unless it has since disappeared into the "New York Bay Triangle", it isn't visible.
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Liberty State Park is 5.36 miles long, covers 1,212 acres. You will be more interested in the ,Liberty Walkway, a crescent-shaped promenade, stretches from the railway Terminal along the waterfront south to the Statue of... More
Liberty State Park is 5.36 miles long, covers 1,212 acres. You will be more interested in the ,Liberty Walkway, a crescent-shaped promenade, stretches from the railway Terminal along the waterfront south to the Statue of Liberty overlook and to the South Lawn where the flags are, probably a total distance of 1.5 miles,
Liberty State Park to Statue of Liberty to NYC back to LSP (7 Replies)
We are looking for the best way to go from Liberty State Park to take the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty, then go to NYC (ferry to Battery Park?) then return to Liberty State Park. We intend to spend a full day in the city so will return on the later side. Thanks for any info!
April 19, 2018|
When you want to go to Battery Park after visiting Ellis Island look for the signs for the correct ferry. There are two boarding docks, one for New York (Battery Park) and the other one for New Jersey (Liberty State Park).
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LIberty State Park (7 Replies)
I had originally booked the Ramada Limited, but due to bad reviews, I am rethinking my strategy. I'm now planning to find a clean inexpensive hotel in a decent area farther away and drive to Liberty State Park, park there for $5 (all day), take the Ferry to Statue of Liberty, get on the other ferry to go to Battery Park, spend the day in the city, take PATH and then Light Rail back to pick up the car around 8pm. Does this sound do-able? Is it true you can park there for $5 all day, and is...More
August 18, 2007|
The website for the Circle Line Ferry says they have ample fee parking, and I know there is a "Park and Ride" there for the Light Rail, I just don't know if I would have to be out by a certain time.
Hyatt, Secaucus to Liberty State park at 8am (1 Replies)
Four of us are visiting SOL and wanted to know how much time it would cost and the total time it would take for the following (leaving the hotel at 8am): 1) Hyatt, Secaucus - taxi direct to liberty state park. 2) take the NJ Transit train from Secaucus Junction rail station to Hoboken. Take the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail to the Liberty State Park station. Thank you!