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The Statue of Liberty is one of the most expensive landmarks to visit in the world



Right across from eccentric Manhattan you will see the majestic Statue of Liberty. This statue dominates Liberty Island at the entrance of New York harbor. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most famous attractions, not only in New York but in the whole world.

But a visit there costs quite a bit as the Statue of Liberty in New York is the third most expensive landmark to visit in the entire world, according to a study by Slingo, an online arcade site. But a visit there costs quite a bit as the Statue of Liberty in New York is the third most expensive landmark to visit in the entire world, according to a study by Slingo, an online arcade site. A ticket to the Statue of Liberty costs $23.80 for the general public, while the average overnight stay in a double hotel room costs $441.76. This comes to a total cost of $465.56.


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If you want to save money and avoid expensive tickets, we suggest you head to Lower Manhattan and take the free Staten Island Ferry to see this American landmark up close. The ferry connects Manhattan to Staten Island and the journey takes 25 minutes and offers excellent views of New York Harbor and Lady Liberty.

Moreover if you're wondering which attractions are in the top two most expensive spots, here's the answer: they're France's two biggest attractions - the Eiffel Tower (entrance ticket $28.73 and $483.08 for nightly hotel cost) and the Palace of Versailles (entrance ticket $21.44 and $475.79 for nightly hotel cost), according to Slingo.

Photograph: courtesy of Slingo