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The Crown [REPACK]



Visiting the crown of the Statue of Liberty is a rewarding activity. Due to its extreme popularity, tickets to the crown must be reserved prior to visiting. There are a limited number of crown tickets per day.Warning: Statue City Cruises is the ONLY ferry service authorized by the National Park Service for ticket sales and transportation to Liberty and Ellis Islands. Numerous third-party vendors sell tickets at higher prices or for boats that do not land at the islands.




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National Park Service Rangers will be present to assist visitors. Those who feel uncomfortable proceeding up the crown staircase have the option of stopping at the top of the Statue of Liberty's pedestal. For additional information on the crown, please visit Physical Mobility in the Crown.


The following common (but not limited to) items cannot be brought to the crown and must be secured in a locker: purses (of all sizes), backpacks, fanny packs, camera bags, tripods, keys, writing instruments, umbrellas, shopping bags, food and drinks (except for water in a plastic bottle), and any item that may impede progress on the staircase.


The Imperial State Crown is the crown that the monarch wears as they leave Westminster Abbey after the coronation. It is also used on other State occasions including the annual State Opening of Parliament.


There are a few older items in the collection including the Coronation Spoon, which dates to the 12th century. More recent additions to the collection include the Imperial State Crown was made for the Coronation of King George VI in 1937, replacing the crown made for Queen Victoria in 1838.


Trendy places come and go, but if you want an experience lasting through generations, what you need is The Crown. This is a cozy spot decorated with different flavors of comfort food that travel in between Mediterranean style and home cooking. The local farms provide the best seasonal ingredients to dance their way to the table of the one wearing the crown, a King or a Queen, you. 041b061a72


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