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Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation is a non-profit that raises funds to preserve the and . 🗽🇺🇸

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Statue of Liberty National Monument

18 years ago today, the twin towers fell, and forever changed the lives of thousands of families and the country as a whole. Wherever you are today, take a moment to look around. Appreciate your surroundings, your loved ones, and your life at this moment. Today, we appreciate all the heroes that day and the years that followed. Lady Liberty's view was forever changed that day, but her enlightening of the world persevered, as did we. . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

"Becoming Liberty" is one of the most popular exhibits in the new museum! Visitors can choose images of what liberty means to them, and then add their own personal photo to the exhibit. The final result is a giant mural of Lady Liberty, comprised of the visitors photos. Have you experienced Becoming Liberty and added your photos to the wall? 😀🗽 . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Happy Birthday Steve Carell! Steve's grandfather was originally born in Lithuania in 1886 (the same year the Statue of Liberty was dedicated). From census records, Carell's grandfather Zygmund Koch immigrated to the United States in 1900. Carell has risen to be one of the top comedic actors of our day, but we'll always know him as Michael Scott from The Office 📄📄 . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The outside of the new museum is looking beautiful! Our newly planted flowers, trees and other vegetation is really starting to enhance the landscape. Thank you to all of our donors. You made this possible! We still need your help to ensure that every visitor have a great experience. Check the link in our bio to learn how to get involved in preserving Liberty and Ellis island for many years to come. . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

French designer of The Statue of Liberty, Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi was born on this day in 1834! Bartholdi worked with wooden models and plaster casts to shape the copper into the individual parts of the statue. A replica of his studio stands in the Engagement Gallery of the new Statue of Liberty Museum. Bartholdi passed away in 1904. He only had 14 years to appreciate his dream after the statue was commemorated, but his legacy lives on in the monument that means so much to all of us. . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

You're never too young to appreciate Liberty. We're so happy to see people of all ages enjoy the new museum. Have any of you brought your children or parents out to see it recently? 📷: @shennigan_nyc . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

We've been raising funds to preserve the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island since 1982. The new Statue of Liberty Museum was created in part from everyday American and worldwide donations. You can still help support the museum and both islands! Preserving Lady Liberty's message is something you can participate in, right now. Follow the link in our bio to learn how you can help. 📷:@bennycchan . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The new Statue of Liberty Museum has now been open for two months! We're so happy that Liberty Island visitors have been enjoying it. If you've been, what was your favorite exhibit/area? . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The @uswnt ticker tape parade started right outside our office this morning! You can even make out Lady Liberty in the background. Quite a sight! Congratulations to these amazing and inspirational women. 📷: @lawrencesmith27 . . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

Statue Of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City

Lee A. Iacocca was a true visionary and an American giant. The son of Italian immigrants, he applied the family lessons of hard work and determination in everything he did. The Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration wouldn’t be what they are today, visited by four and a half million people annually, if it wasn’t for his leadership. He had the vision to found The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation which, along with the National Park Service, was responsible for the Centennial restoration of the Statue, the re-opening of Ellis Island as a museum, and the creation of the new Statue of Liberty Museum. Our President and CEO Stephen A. Briganti, the Board of Directors, and Foundation staff are forever grateful to Lee Iacocca. We are saddened by this loss and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. . . 🗽 ❤️nyc

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