Statue of Liberty to Reopen to Visitors

Wonderful news from the Associated Press today: After a year of only being able to look at one of New York City's most iconic landmarks, visitors to the Statue of Liberty will once again be able to go inside the monument as of next month.

According to the news source, the interior of the statue will open to the public again on October 28. Not so coincidentally, the date just happens to be the Statue of Liberty's 126th birthday.

The interior had been closed off to visitors since October 2011 as part of a renovation project.

 

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