History.com's Statue of Liberty: Deconstructed
Only on History.com can you see this video! Watch at the end for the copper color changing effects that took 25 years in real life but only seconds on video.
New Audio Tour Adults
The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., in cooperation with the National Park Service, produced by the award-winning Discovery Audio, launched new audio tours for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Audio tours are available on iTunes, at Statue Cruises or The Discovery Audio booths on both islands for FREE. Listen to an interview with a club member. In English. In French. This audio excerpt, available at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, is produced by Antenna Audio, Inc., a Discovery Communications company, for The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.
Statue of Liberty Restoration Project for the
City of Madison, WI.
A local group is in the process of fund raising $21,000 to
bring their Lady Liberty back to full health after 40 years of wind and
weather and some unfortunate damage in years past that brought her to
the brink of disaster...This Statue of Liberty replica was commissioned by the Boy Scouts of America in the 1950's as part of a nationwide effort to celebrate America's Freedoms. Donations are needed and are tax deductable.
Visit Madison WI Conservation: Liberty for details.
Bartholdi Memorial Medal
The Official Bartholdi Memorial Medal is still available although quantities are very limited. This is a beautiful museum quality 2 1/2-inch solid bronze medal commemorating Auguste Bartholdi's life and his famous work, "Statue of" Liberty Enlightening the World. This, like all medals from sculptor Don Wiegand, is only available through non-profit groups. Some organizations require a $5k or $10k donation to receive a medal of this quality. Availibility is very low, please inquire via email address below.
Limited Edition GeoCoin
A limited number of the 2007 Meeting Medal made of copper are still available. You get one pair with your order. The two copper medals have the same geocaching.com tracking number, one to keep and the other to hide in a cache. See it in the Gift Shop using the link in the navigation box.
Lady Liberty Finds Her Voice on Twitter, Flickr and Virtual Tour
If you can't visit the Statue of Liberty in person, don't despair. If
you've always wanted to get 'inside' Liberty's head, now you can, virtually that is. Admirers of the Statue of Liberty can see a whole new side
of her on Twitter, Flickr and on the National Parks web site.