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Statue of Liberty
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NEW YORK CITY OFFICE
28 Liberty Street
New York, NY
10005
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DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORTS

FROM NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Take the New Jersey Turnpike extension (78) east to the Holland Tunnel (toll). Upon exiting, proceed to West Broadway (10-12 blocks). Continue downtown toward the World Trade Center (Chambers Street). Make a left on Chambers. Make a right on Broadway. Make a left on Liberty Street. 

FROM JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Take the Belt Parkway west to the Hugh L. Carey Battery Tunnel (Brooklyn Battery Tunnel) (toll 20-30 minutes). Upon exiting bear right onto Trinity / Church Street. Make a right on Liberty Street. 

FROM LAGUARDIA AIRPORT

Take the Grand Central Parkway west to the Triboro Bridge (toll). Take Triboro Bridge to Manhattan (stay to your right and follow signs carefully). Take the FDR Drive downtown all the way (approximately 10 miles) to the tip of Manhattan. Proceed to the West Side Highway (West Street). (**DO NOT** enter the Hugh L. Carey/Brooklyn Battery Tunnel). Continue uptown on West Street to Chambers Street. Make a right on Chambers Street two blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 9 blocks and make left on Liberty Street. 

FROM INTERSTATE 95 & INTERSTATE 87

Directions from Westchester & Connecticut (Interstate 95) - From Interstate 95, go south and follow signs to the Triboro Bridge (stay to your right and follow signs to Manhattan). After toll, follow signs to Manhattan). Take the FDR Drive downtown all the way (approximately 10 miles) to the tip of Manhattan. Proceed to the West Side Highway (West Street). (**DO NOT** enter the Hugh L. Carey/Brooklyn Battery Tunnel). Continue uptown on West Street to Chambers Street. Make a right on Chambers street two blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street.  From Interstate 87 / Major Deegan Expressway, go south . Follow signs to the Henry Hudson Parkway south, which will lead you to the West Side Highway. Take the West Side Highway all the way to Chambers Street (just before the World Trade Center). Make a left on Chambers street. Travel two blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street. 

FROM NEW JERSEY

North - Take the George Washington Bridge. Follow sign to Henry Hudson Parkway (HHP) south. HHP will run into West Side Highway. Stay on the West Side Highway all the way to Chambers Street (just before the World Trade Center). Make a left on Chambers Street. Travel two blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 8-9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street. South - Take New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 14 (Holland Tunnel). Make a left at the first light as you exit the tunnel to West Street. Take West Street to Chambers Street. Make a left on Chambers Street. Travel 2 blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street. 

FROM QUEENS

From the Triboro Bridge follow signs to the FDR Drive south. Follow to the tip of Manhattan - (Hugh L. Carey/Brooklyn) Battery Tunnel/West Side and continue north on West Street to Chambers Street. Make a right on Chambers Street. Travel 2 blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway. Travel 9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street. 

FROM BROOKLYN & STATEN ISLAND

From Staten Island take the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. From both Staten Island & Brooklyn then take the Gowanus Expressway to the Hugh L. Carey (Brooklyn) Battery Tunnel. After exiting tunnel bear right to Church Street. Travel 9 blocks and make a left on Liberty Street. 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

28 Liberty Street is located approximately three blocks from the major subway terminus at the World Trade Center/Chambers Street and about 7 - 9 blocks from City Hall. Express buses from Staten Island, Manhattan buses traveling to the Staten Island Ferry, and almost all major subway lines travel into this area. If unsure, bus drivers and token sales persons can assist you.


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