New York City
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Honeymoon photo shoot
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Round trip flight
-Round trip flight-
Harbor Lights Cruise
Step aboard a spacious cruise ship for an evening on the water—taking in the sights in the glow of the setting sun as the lights flicker to life in the City that Never Sleeps. Grab a drink and listen to expert commentary as you pass the Statue of Liberty and cruise under 3 famous Manhattan bridges.
As dusk begins to fall, make your way to Pier 83 and board your vessel, which features outdoor viewing decks as well as oversized sightseeing windows in the comfortable interior. Pick up a drink or a bite to eat from the onboard bar if you like, or just settle in for the ride as the boat takes off and motors out into the Hudson.
Listen as your professional guide points out landmarks in Midtown and Lower Manhattan and shares history and anecdotes about sights like the Empire State Building, Wall Street, Ellis Island, and the Chrysler Building. Cruise around Battery Park and up the East River, getting within 100 feet (30 m) of the Statue of Liberty for an incredible up-close view of this American icon from the water, before you loop back to the 42nd Street Pier.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tour
Discover the majesty of the Statue of Liberty and the history of Ellis Island on this engaging walking tour. With convenient priority boarding on the ferry, enjoy quick access to the Statue of Liberty and take an informative stroll around these historic sites with your expert guide.
Meet your guide at Castle Clinton, a former fort built for the War of 1812, and board a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. As you cruise to Liberty Island, learn about Lady Liberty's history and inspiring meaning to millions of immigrants. Upon disembarking, stroll around the island and admire a remarkable view of the Big Apple's skyline.
If you purchased the Pedestal option, you will climb the Pedestal Monument of the Statue and be able to look inside the Statue and on the Observation deck at the foot of the Statue.
All guests can tour the Statue of Liberty museum to learn about the construction and architecture as well as remarkable stories of the people involved in erecting this symbol of freedom and welcome. After you leave the Statue of Liberty Museum, hop on the ferry to Ellis Island.
Listen to your guide share stories of the more than 12 million immigrants who traveled through Ellis Island, which was busiest between 1892 and 1924. Walk around the historic grounds, explore the Immigration Museum, and, after the guided tour ends, feel free to grab lunch or spend some more time on Ellis Island before heading back to the city on your own.