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Castle Clinton National Monument, New York City
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  • Grand old fort and where you bought the tickets for Ellis and Liberty Island. Sets right in Battery Park. 
  • Located in Battery Park specially to go is not worth but when visiting the statue of liberty, you can look look at the panorama of the city. in the same way there is a shop with souvenirs.
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  • Castle Clinton is free and while I wouldn't consider it as much of a castle as a fort it is an impressive structure. Currently it serves as the ticket booth for the statue of liberty and Ellis Island,...  more »
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  • Just a pretty cool old outpost that now houses the statue cruises ticketing windows.
  • ​Nice little stop while walking around Lower Manhattan. Stop by to learn about this historic place, enjoy the scenic views, and maybe buy something from the gift shop.
  • Most people only know Castle Clinton as the place where you buy tickets for Statue of Liberty and boat rides. The castle is really an old fort that was built to keep the British out. I would love to check out the little museum. I've only visited the castle because of the Statue of Liberty.
  • Located right in the Battery Park, it teaches you History lesson. Wonderful/
  • Beautiful fort from 1808 it had to protect New York (first from the British of course).