Located at the heart of Battery Park, this national monument was originally built as a fort for the War of 1812. It later housed an opera house, immigration station and the New York City Aquarium, but is now the site where tourists board cruises to Ellis and Liberty Islands. Taking a trip to see Lady Liberty? While you're waiting you can take a self-guided tour of the surrounding Battery’s monuments and memorials, including a Revolutionary War cannon and The Immigrants, a sculpture commemorating the Immigrant Landing Depot at Castle Clinton.
|Venue name:||Battery Park, Castle Clinton||Contact:|
Battery Pl at State St
|Transport:||Subway: R to Whitehall St; 1 to South Ferry; 4, 5 to Bowling Green|
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New York Classical Theatre's Stephen Burdman directs an outdoor account of Shakespeare's nasty, brutish and short Scottish tragedy, about a regicidal lord and the wicked women who goad him on. The production plays in Battery Park until its final week,...Shakespeare Monday July 31 2017 - Sunday August 27 2017 Free