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Visite guidée à pied de la Statue de la Liberté et d'Ellis Island - Semi-privé 8 personnes maximum

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Découvrez le port d'entrée le plus célèbre d'Amérique à Ellis Island, y compris l'emblématique Statue de la Liberté dans le port de New York. Au cours de cette visite semi-privée de 3 heures (8 personnes maximum), suivez votre guide et retracez les pas de plus de 12 millions d'immigrants à la recherche d'une nouvelle vie aux États-Unis.
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  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
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À quoi s'attendre
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Statue of Liberty
Follow in the footsteps of over 12 million foreigners seeking roads paved with gold in the New World on this tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Explore these New York landmarks on a 3 hour semi-private guided tour, joining up to 8 people for a walk through time when America embraced immigration more than ever. The tour begins at Battery Park, one of the oldest parts of Manhattan. Here you’ll find the country’s first immigration center, Castle Garden Immigration Station, which operated until Ellis Island opened. Take a ferry to visit Liberty Island where the Statue of Liberty keeps an eye on incoming ships. You’ll learn all about Fort Wood, which now acts as the base for the statue, offered to the US by France in 1886. You’ll hear all about its creator, Bartholdi, as well as contributions by famed architect Gustave Eiffel, of Tower fame. Another ferry will whisk you across the water to Ellis Island. Here, millions of European newcomers wandered the very island that you will visit, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by immigrants. Learn about the island layout, and where immigrants who were quarantined were housed. You’ll end at the Wall of Honor, where you can search for your family’s name among the some 700,000 names commemorating those who entered the United States here. After the tour, your guide will introduce you to the museum to further explore the exhibits and history of the island. This tour is the ideal way to remember, and celebrate, the immigrants that contributed so much to America’s success.
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Battery Park
You will begin your tour at Battery Park, a public park located at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here, you will briefly see the attractions and monuments that the park contains and learn all about its history as one of the oldest parts of Manhattan.
3
Castle Clinton National Monument
Before making your way to Liberty Island, you will learn about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first US immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
4
SeaGlass Carousel
You will also pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design. Design along with construction took nearly a decade.
5
New York Harbor
From here, you will board the ferry at the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson River, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
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Statue of Liberty
You will make your way to Liberty Island, located just off the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here you will see the Statue of Liberty, the highlight of your trip. You will learn all about her history and how she came to be on the island.
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Ellis Island
Next you will visit Ellis Island, an island that contains a museum and former immigration inspection centre. It was the nation’s busiest immigration inspection station from 1892 to 1954.
8
American Immigrant Wall of Honor
During your time on Ellis Island, you will see the American Immigrant Wall of Honour, a permanent exhibit of individual or family names. It is the only place in the US where an individual can honor his or her family heritage at a National Monument.
9
Statue of Liberty
Follow in the footsteps of over 12 million foreigners seeking roads paved with gold in the New World on this tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Explore these New York landmarks on a 3 hour semi-private guided tour, joining up to 8 people for a walk through time when America embraced immigration more than ever. The tour begins at Battery Park, one of the oldest parts of Manhattan. Here you’ll find the country’s first immigration center, Castle Garden Immigration Station, which operated until Ellis Island opened. Take a ferry to visit Liberty Island where the Statue of Liberty keeps an eye on incoming ships. You’ll learn all about Fort Wood, which now acts as the base for the statue, offered to the US by France in 1886. You’ll hear all about its creator, Bartholdi, as well as contributions by famed architect Gustave Eiffel, of Tower fame. Another ferry will whisk you across the water to Ellis Island. Here, millions of European newcomers wandered the very island that you will visit, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by immigrants. Learn about the island layout, and where immigrants who were quarantined were housed. You’ll end at the Wall of Honor, where you can search for your family’s name among the some 700,000 names commemorating those who entered the United States here. After the tour, your guide will introduce you to the museum to further explore the exhibits and history of the island. This tour is the ideal way to remember, and celebrate, the immigrants that contributed so much to America’s success.
10
Battery Park
You will begin your tour at Battery Park, a public park located at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here, you will briefly see the attractions and monuments that the park contains and learn all about its history as one of the oldest parts of Manhattan.
11
Castle Clinton National Monument
Before making your way to Liberty Island, you will learn about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first US immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
12
SeaGlass Carousel
You will also pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design. Design along with construction took nearly a decade.
13
New York Harbor
From here, you will board the ferry at the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson River, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
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Statue of Liberty
You will make your way to Liberty Island, located just off the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here you will see the Statue of Liberty, the highlight of your trip. You will learn all about her history and how she came to be on the island.
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Ellis Island
Next you will visit Ellis Island, an island that contains a museum and former immigration inspection centre. It was the nation’s busiest immigration inspection station from 1892 to 1954.
16
American Immigrant Wall of Honor
During your time on Ellis Island, you will see the American Immigrant Wall of Honour, a permanent exhibit of individual or family names. It is the only place in the US where an individual can honor his or her family heritage at a National Monument.
17
Statue of Liberty
Follow in the footsteps of over 12 million foreigners seeking roads paved with gold in the New World on this tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Explore these New York landmarks on a 3 hour semi-private guided tour, joining up to 8 people for a walk through time when America embraced immigration more than ever. The tour begins at Battery Park, one of the oldest parts of Manhattan. Here you’ll find the country’s first immigration center, Castle Garden Immigration Station, which operated until Ellis Island opened. Take a ferry to visit Liberty Island where the Statue of Liberty keeps an eye on incoming ships. You’ll learn all about Fort Wood, which now acts as the base for the statue, offered to the US by France in 1886. You’ll hear all about its creator, Bartholdi, as well as contributions by famed architect Gustave Eiffel, of Tower fame. Another ferry will whisk you across the water to Ellis Island. Here, millions of European newcomers wandered the very island that you will visit, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by immigrants. Learn about the island layout, and where immigrants who were quarantined were housed. You’ll end at the Wall of Honor, where you can search for your family’s name among the some 700,000 names commemorating those who entered the United States here. After the tour, your guide will introduce you to the museum to further explore the exhibits and history of the island. This tour is the ideal way to remember, and celebrate, the immigrants that contributed so much to America’s success.
18
Battery Park
You will begin your tour at Battery Park, a public park located at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here, you will briefly see the attractions and monuments that the park contains and learn all about its history as one of the oldest parts of Manhattan.
19
Castle Clinton National Monument
Before making your way to Liberty Island, you will learn about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first US immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
20
SeaGlass Carousel
You will also pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design. Design along with construction took nearly a decade.
21
New York Harbor
From here, you will board the ferry at the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson River, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
22
Statue of Liberty
You will make your way to Liberty Island, located just off the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here you will see the Statue of Liberty, the highlight of your trip. You will learn all about her history and how she came to be on the island.
23
Ellis Island
Next you will visit Ellis Island, an island that contains a museum and former immigration inspection centre. It was the nation’s busiest immigration inspection station from 1892 to 1954.
24
American Immigrant Wall of Honor
During your time on Ellis Island, you will see the American Immigrant Wall of Honour, a permanent exhibit of individual or family names. It is the only place in the US where an individual can honor his or her family heritage at a National Monument.
25
Statue of Liberty
Follow in the footsteps of over 12 million foreigners seeking roads paved with gold in the New World on this tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Explore these New York landmarks on a 3 hour semi-private guided tour, joining up to 8 people for a walk through time when America embraced immigration more than ever. The tour begins at Battery Park, one of the oldest parts of Manhattan. Here you’ll find the country’s first immigration center, Castle Garden Immigration Station, which operated until Ellis Island opened. Take a ferry to visit Liberty Island where the Statue of Liberty keeps an eye on incoming ships. You’ll learn all about Fort Wood, which now acts as the base for the statue, offered to the US by France in 1886. You’ll hear all about its creator, Bartholdi, as well as contributions by famed architect Gustave Eiffel, of Tower fame. Another ferry will whisk you across the water to Ellis Island. Here, millions of European newcomers wandered the very island that you will visit, learning about the medical examines and surprising conditions faced by immigrants. Learn about the island layout, and where immigrants who were quarantined were housed. You’ll end at the Wall of Honor, where you can search for your family’s name among the some 700,000 names commemorating those who entered the United States here. After the tour, your guide will introduce you to the museum to further explore the exhibits and history of the island. This tour is the ideal way to remember, and celebrate, the immigrants that contributed so much to America’s success.
26
Battery Park
You will begin your tour at Battery Park, a public park located at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here, you will briefly see the attractions and monuments that the park contains and learn all about its history as one of the oldest parts of Manhattan.
27
Castle Clinton National Monument
Before making your way to Liberty Island, you will learn about Castle Clinton, a landmark representing not only the city’s growth but the growth of the nation. Built from 1808 to 1811, it was the first US immigration station where more than 8 million people arrived in the United States between 1855 to 1890.
28
SeaGlass Carousel
You will also pass the Seaglass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel that represents a symbol of recovery in the area, which suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. You will be able to appreciate the carousel’s design. Design along with construction took nearly a decade.
29
New York Harbor
From here, you will board the ferry at the New York Harbour, part of the port of the New York. Lying at the mouth of the Hudson River, it is one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
30
Statue of Liberty
You will make your way to Liberty Island, located just off the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Here you will see the Statue of Liberty, the highlight of your trip. You will learn all about her history and how she came to be on the island.
31
Ellis Island
Next you will visit Ellis Island, an island that contains a museum and former immigration inspection centre. It was the nation’s busiest immigration inspection station from 1892 to 1954.
32
American Immigrant Wall of Honor
During your time on Ellis Island, you will see the American Immigrant Wall of Honour, a permanent exhibit of individual or family names. It is the only place in the US where an individual can honor his or her family heritage at a National Monument.
33
Statue de la Liberté
Suivez les traces de plus de 12 millions d'étrangers à la recherche de routes pavées d'or dans le Nouveau Monde lors de cette visite de la Statue de la Liberté et d'Ellis Island. Explorez ces monuments de New York lors d'une visite guidée semi-privée de 3 heures, rejoignez jusqu'à 8 personnes pour une promenade à travers le temps où l'Amérique a plus que jamais adopté l'immigration. La visite commence à Battery Park, l'une des parties les plus anciennes de Manhattan. Vous y trouverez le premier centre d'immigration du pays, Castle Garden Immigration Station, qui a fonctionné jusqu'à l'ouverture d'Ellis Island. Prenez un ferry pour visiter Liberty Island où la Statue de la Liberté garde un œil sur les navires entrants. Vous apprendrez tout sur Fort Wood, qui sert désormais de base à la statue offerte aux États-Unis par la France en 1886. Vous entendrez tout sur son créateur, Bartholdi, ainsi que sur les contributions du célèbre architecte Gustave Eiffel, de Renommée de la tour. Un autre ferry vous emmènera sur l'eau jusqu'à Ellis Island. Ici, des millions de nouveaux arrivants européens ont erré sur l'île même que vous visiterez, se renseignant sur les examens médicaux et les conditions surprenantes auxquelles sont confrontés les immigrants. Découvrez la disposition de l'île et où les immigrants mis en quarantaine étaient hébergés. Vous terminerez au mur d'honneur, où vous pourrez rechercher le nom de votre famille parmi les quelque 700 000 noms commémorant ceux qui sont entrés ici aux États-Unis. Après la visite, votre guide vous présentera le musée pour explorer davantage les expositions et l'histoire de l'île. Cette visite est le moyen idéal pour se souvenir et célébrer les immigrants qui ont tant contribué au succès de l'Amérique.
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Parc de la batterie
Vous commencerez votre visite à Battery Park, un parc public situé à la pointe sud de l'île de Manhattan. Ici, vous verrez brièvement les attractions et les monuments que contient le parc et apprendrez tout sur son histoire en tant que l'une des parties les plus anciennes de Manhattan.
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Monument national du château Clinton
Avant de vous rendre à Liberty Island, vous découvrirez Castle Clinton, un monument représentant non seulement la croissance de la ville, mais aussi la croissance de la nation. Construit de 1808 à 1811, c'était la première station d'immigration américaine où plus de 8 millions de personnes sont arrivées aux États-Unis entre 1855 et 1890.
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Carrousel SeaGlass
Vous passerez également devant le Seaglass Carousel, un carrousel sur le thème du poisson qui représente un symbole de rétablissement dans la région, qui a été endommagé par l'ouragan Sandy en 2012. Vous pourrez apprécier la conception du carrousel. La conception et la construction ont pris près d'une décennie.
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Port de New York
De là, vous monterez à bord du ferry au port de New York, qui fait partie du port de New York. Situé à l'embouchure de la rivière Hudson, c'est l'un des plus grands ports naturels du monde.
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Statue de la Liberté
Vous vous dirigerez vers Liberty Island, située juste à côté de la pointe sud de l'île de Manhattan. Ici, vous verrez la Statue de la Liberté, le point culminant de votre voyage. Vous apprendrez tout sur son histoire et comment elle est arrivée sur l'île.
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l'île d'Ellis
Ensuite, vous visiterez Ellis Island, une île qui contient un musée et un ancien centre d'inspection de l'immigration. C'était le poste d'inspection de l'immigration le plus fréquenté du pays de 1892 à 1954.
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Mur d'honneur des immigrants américains
Pendant votre séjour à Ellis Island, vous verrez le mur d'honneur des immigrants américains, une exposition permanente de noms individuels ou familiaux. C'est le seul endroit aux États-Unis où un individu peut honorer son héritage familial dans un monument national.
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Commentaires (1)
Cariboudoggy
Sep 2019
Guide was exceptional! Tour was well planned, stayed on time, and the narrative provided by the guide was great. Best tour I have taken.

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