Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York
Ellis Island is a fantastic visit for any student of History on their study trips to New York and is combined with the ferry that stops at the Statue of Liberty. The island was the gateway through which more than 12 million people passed between the end of the ninteenth and mid twentieth century.
The museum shows the history of this immigration as many came in search of the American Dream. There are three floors of audio or self-guided exhibits and audio-visual displays detailing the immigration process between 1892 and 1954.
Contact our New York student group history trips team at FHT Group Tours today on 01279 658221 and we will be delighted to include this study visit as part of your next educational group trip to New York for History and Politics.