Statue By Night

$31
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* Vouchers valid for 12 months after purchase.
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Tour Includes:

Let the NYC skyline set you at ease as you enjoy a complimentary champagne toast. See the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and more with the setting of the evening sky. Gaze into the lighted structures that create the world famous nighttime skyline that accounts for 20% of New York City's energy. Cash bar available and amazing memories are free.

The Enchanting Sights and Facts of the Statue By Night Tour:

The Statue of Liberty
An illuminated Lady Liberty from the base all the way to the crown

The Brooklyn Bridge
The necklace lights as they are called are on for 8 hours each night turning off at 1am.

The Empire State Building
In 1976 the first colored lighting in red, white and blue was introduced in celebration of the American Bicentennial.

Disappearing Skyline
Twice the City of New York experienced a city wide black out where the skyline disappeared. The first happened on July 13, 1977 and the second on August 14, 2003.

1 Hour

South Street Seaport (89 South St), New York, NY 10038

Departs: 07:30 pm - 8:30 pm (1/day)

Terms and Conditions:
On-line tickets are non-refundable and can be redeemed up to ONE YEAR from date of purchase.
Let the NYC skyline set you at ease as you enjoy a complimentary champagne toast. See the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and more with the setting of the evening sky. Gaze into the lighted structures that create the world famous nighttime skyline that accounts for 20% of New York City's energy. Cash bar available and amazing memories are free.

The Enchanting Sights and Facts of the Statue By Night Tour:

The Statue of Liberty
An illuminated Lady Liberty from the base all the way to the crown

The Brooklyn Bridge
The necklace lights as they are called are on for 8 hours each night turning off at 1am.

The Empire State Building
In 1976 the first colored lighting in red, white and blue was introduced in celebration of the American Bicentennial.

Disappearing Skyline
Twice the City of New York experienced a city wide black out where the skyline disappeared. The first happened on July 13, 1977 and the second on August 14, 2003.

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