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Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the world's largest and greatest scientific and cultural institutions. With 45 museum halls, several special exhibitions that change every year, and an entire center for Earth and Space, the museum is easily one of the leading resources for science and history in the entire world. There, you can learn about humans, the solar system, dinosaurs, animals, history and culture. You can even see dinosour fossils up close, walk into a Butterfly Conservatory, learn about mummies, Humpback Whales and more! If you're interested in learning about human culture, history and the universe, this is a must-visit museum in New York! As a bonus, it's also where the blockbuster film, Night at the Museum was shot.
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Your visit to New York wouldn't be complete without a tour to the Statue of Liberty, a colossal neoclassical sculpture in New York City. This half day tour will take you to a ferry cruise to visit the iconic Statue of Liberty at Liberty Island. See the universal symbol of freedom and democracy which was a welcoming sight for the millions of immigrants in the 1800's. After exploring and learning about the history of Lady Liberty, you'll cruise to nearby Ellis Island. Walk through the now quiet halls of where millions of immigrants were welcomed when they arrived in America and tried to live the American Dream. This tour also gives you easy access to ferry lines with the skip-the-line ticket. Complete your visit to New York City by taking this tour to one of the most historical places of America.
US$ 50.75
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If you’re visiting the city that never sleeps then you’ll definitely not want to sleep on this exciting day tour to discover the best of what New York City has to offer! See the culture of New York unfold before your eyes as you visit its top iconic landmarks such as the Battery Park, Statue of Liberty, and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Before anything else, meet up with your guide at One Battery Park Plaza then you’ll be set for your half day journey starting with a 30 minute tour inside the Battery Park. Uncover the tales of the park’s rich history as you stroll along its featured monuments such as the Battery Cannon, Battery Oval, Coast Guard Memorial, Seaglass Carousel, Castle Clinton, and more with your knowledgeable local guide. After ending at the castle, hop aboard a modern ferry and enjoy VIP reserved access to the vessel that will take you to Liberty Island, home of the famous ‘Lady Liberty’. Once on the island, plug in your multi-lingual audio guide and get to explore the site at your own pace. Marvel at the world renowned icons of New York such as the Statue of Liberty, the Museum, the Fort Wood section and more with your exclusive passes included in the package. Cap off your adventure when you head over to Ellis Island and learn more about the immigrant experience and the Country’s ancestors at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Immerse yourself in the true New Yorker culture on this holistic tour that includes a comprehensive guided tour, round trip ferry tickets, and exclusive access inside the best landmarks in the city!
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What people are saying about History Tours in New York

Zhijian Wilfred Published 560 days ago
I especially enjoyed the dinosaur and fossils - seeing the real bones and fossils was quite an experience! I also found the meteorite section very cool. The museum has done an excellent job in organising all the exhibits systematically and explaining them, giving visitors a pleasant and enriching journey.

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