Ellis Island may not appear large on a map, but it is an unparalleled destination in United States history. After welcoming more than 12 million immigrants to our shores, Ellis Island is now a poetic symbol of the American Dream. Explore the History. Travel Through History.
Visit the Statue of Liberty! Liberty & Ellis: Two Islands, One Park! Contact Info Mailing Address: Ellis Island Receiving Center Statue of Liberty National Monument Jersey City, NJ 07305
Visiting Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty is an inspiring, striking experience. As dual symbols of freedom and hope, these incredible monuments and their museums give proof to the story of immigration and recognize the human spirit of our nation’s ideals. Get Your Ferry Tickets
The museum exhibits chronicle Ellis Island's role in immigration history, and view it in the context of its time and the still broader context of four centuries of immigration to America. Today, its official name is the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration.
The Statue of Liberty — Ellis Island Foundation. Statue of Liberty An icon. A symbol. A promise. Ellis Island The dream. The journey. The arrival. Foundation A commitment. A community.
At the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration and on the Foundation’s website you can explore your family heritage by searching nearly 65 million passenger records and ship manifests, examining information collected at debarkation points.
Access to the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration and the Statue of Liberty Museum. Audio tours, which can be picked up on each Island. Content is available in 12 languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.