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Category: Attractions/Entertainment
Address: Ellis Island
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20 weddings

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Amy and Arlene 's Wedding
New York   |   October, 2012   |   Attraction


Staten Island Wedding In September
Staten Island   |   September, 2012   |   Attraction

"The USA is largely a nation of immigrants, and no site underscores the fact more profoundly than Ellis Island. From 1892 to 1954 the island hosted the main immigration station for entry to America, processing more than 12 million third-class arrivals. Almost 50% of Americans have an ancestor who arrived here, having traveled on an often perilous journey across the sea. Today the island is part of the adjacent Statue of Liberty National Monument. The Immigration Museum is housed in an iconic red-brick building built in French Renaissance style, which replaced the original wooden building that burnt down in 1897. The museum brings the immigrant experience to life with a fascinating self-guided tour. Exhibits include photos, films, archive material, recordings, and the American Family Immigration History Center."

aine and cathal's Wedding
New York   |   August, 2011   |   Attraction

"Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum Ferry (alternate - check out http://www.nywaterway.com/"

New York City Wedding In July
New York   |   July, 2010   |   Attraction

"Cool place to check to see if your ancestors passed through here!"

New York Wedding In April
New York   |   April, 2010   |   Attraction

"Search for your ancestors or just marvel at the refurbished museum."

Joan and Gary's Wedding
Brooklyn   |   May, 2009   |   Points of Interest

"Statue of Island & Ellis Island Ferry Fees: $12.00 - Ages 13+ $10.00 - Seniors 62 and over $5.00 - Children 4-12 http://nymag.com/listings/attraction/ellis_island_immigration_museum/"

Michelle and Hernan's Wedding
Weehawken   |   April, 2009   |   Attraction

"Ellis Island Museum Staute of Liberty"

Claudia and Chris' Big New York Trip
Brooklyn   |   October, 2008   |   Attractions

"The site of the immigrant entry for millions of new Americans."

New York Wedding In April
New York   |   April, 2008   |   Attraction

"Over 40% of the U.S. population descend from the 17 million immigrants that have passed through Ellis Island, New York from 1892 to 1954. The three-story Ellis Island Museum is housed in the same building that the immigrants came through in those 64 years. Ferryboats leave from Battery Park for the 27-acre island, including an option to visit the Statue of Liberty, located on an island nearby. Round trip fare is $8 for adults, $6 for senior citizens, $3 for children 3-17 years old, and free to children 3 and under. Ferries operate 7 days a week, from approximately 9:30am to 5:00pm. For specific ferry schedules and information call, (212) 269-5755."

Lauren and Jason's Wedding
New York   |   November, 2007   |   Attraction

"Opened on January 1, 1892, Ellis Island became the nation's premier federal immigration station. The main building was restored and opened as a museum in 1990."

New York City Wedding In May
New York city   |   May, 2007   |   Attraction

"Tickets and Ferry"

Merrick Wedding In October
Merrick   |   October, 2011   |   Attraction

Jersey City Wedding In September
Jersey City   |   September, 2011   |   Attraction

Jesse Ann and Andrew's Wedding
Jersey City   |   September, 2010   |   Attraction

David and Cherisse's Wedding
Jersey City   |   March, 2010   |   Attraction

Suzanne and James's Wedding
Pitman   |   May, 2009   |   Attraction

Tiffany and Nathan's Wedding
New York   |   May, 2009   |   Attraction

Kimberly and Joshua's Wedding
New York   |   March, 2009   |   Attraction

Sara and Jared 's Wedding
New York, New York   |   May, 2008   |   Attraction

Jason and Vidhya's Wedding
new york, ny   |   April, 2008   |   Attraction

Jason and Vidhya's Wedding
new york, ny   |   April, 2008   |   Attraction


Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Ellis Island
, US

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