Ellis Island & The Statue of Liberty
Host your corporate event, wedding, or other special celebration at our landmark event venues in NYC. With awe-inspiring views of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan Skyline, Ellis and Liberty Islands can offer your guests a once in a lifetime experience.
•HSMAI 23rd Annual Frank W. Berkman Tourism Achievement Award
•The New Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island opened May 2019
Partial Client List
Ellis Island Honors Society, Citigroup, Kent University, IP Soft., PRA New York, KPMG, Lord Abbett, National Park Conservation Association, NYU Stern School of Business, PepsiCo., Access New York Metro, Shackman & Associates
Great Performances, Sterling Affair, BML-Blackbird, Party Rental Ltd.
NYC & Company
10-minute private ferry ride from Battery Park in New York City or Liberty State Park, N.J.; National Park Ranger tours; Expansive outdoor space; The museum exhibits and galleries at this former immigration station are open to your guests so they can experience what over 12 million immigrants did between 1892 and 1954 in search of the American dream.
10-minute private ferry ride from Battery Park in New York City or Liberty State Park N.J.; National Park Ranger tours; 12 acres of land set in NYC's majestic harbor; Statue of Liberty Museum; Dine with the Statue of Liberty's original torch; Green roof-scape and observation deck; Interactive exhibits and immersive theater; For over 100 years, the Statue of Liberty has stood as a symbol of hope and freedom. Lady Liberty offers the perfect backdrop to any event.
•Ellis Island and Liberty Island
Also available—combine the National Monuments with cocktails on Liberty Island followed by dinner on Ellis Island.
|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. Feet||Floor Plan|
|Ellis Conference Room (day use only)||100||80||1630|
|Liberty Island (outdoor events- weather permitting and requiring National Park Service approval)||500 outdoors||400||12 acres|
|Ellis Island Immigration Museum||1200||1200||13,000|
|Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island||220||60|