"FREE Statue of Liberty Scenic Harbor Tours! Have you lived in New York City all your life and never seen the Statue of Liberty? IKEA Brooklyn wants to help. On June 17th, 30th and July 1st IKEA FAMILY members can view Lady Liberty for FREE!
Tours leave every 20 minutes from 1pm with the last tour departing at 6:20pm.
Tickets are available on the following tour days from 10am in the IKEA FAMILY hub next to the restaurant on the 2nd floor:
Sunday, June 17th Saturday, June 30th Sunday, July 1st
Worried about your shopping items? There's no need! IKEA Brooklyn will have secured "parking" for your shopping carts on the days of the tours so you can shop, go and come back and pick up your items!
All tours are on a first come, first served basis and space is limited according to availability. "
if you can't be in town for those dates, take the Staten Island Ferry- it's always free. You're not as close as the deal in the OP, but you're close enough for a free ride.
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posted: Jun. 2, 2012 @ 6:35a
violentkoala said: if you can't be in town for those dates, take the Staten Island Ferry- it's always free. You're not as close as the deal in the OP, but you're close enough for a free ride.
Isn't it free one way but you have to pay to come back?
posted: Jun. 2, 2012 @ 6:42a
can't find the info, if there's a limit of ticket per member, ie if you have a family of 2, would my wife need her own ikea family member as well?
posted: Jun. 2, 2012 @ 9:44a
I thought the Staten Island Ferry is only free on Sundays. I could be wrong, but it is a nice scenic ride on Sunday for nothing... Free parking on the Staten Island side too
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posted: Jun. 2, 2012 @ 5:31p
From my back pages…
A great cheap date was a few hours at Night Court (the real thing in NYC not the TV show based on the real thing in NYC) which could be very entertaining, followed by a relaxing round trip on the Staten Island Ferry, which, on occasion, could be entertaining as well.
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posted: Jun. 2, 2012 @ 10:50p
I live in SI. The ferry is always free and probably the best n cheapest date in NYC, other than a walk through central park.
posted: Jun. 4, 2012 @ 11:46a
violentkoala said: I live in SI. The ferry is always free and probably the best n cheapest date in NYC, other than a walk through central park.+1 I've taken many people on the staten island ferry on both weekdays and weekends and it's always free. Staten Island and just walking around Times Square are the two best free things to do in NYC IMO
posted: Jun. 5, 2012 @ 1:46p
violentkoala said: I live in SI. The ferry is always free and probably the best n cheapest date in NYC, other than a walk through central park.
Hooray for cheap dates
posted: Jun. 5, 2012 @ 3:48p
Back in 2000, a group of us where in NYC for the first time and saw the line for the ferry moving in. Trying to catch the ferry at the last minute, we thought it was the one that went to the Statue of Liberty. As we are getting close, we are all excited, taking pictures with the SoL behind us, and all of the sudden we keep going past it, we realized that something was not right. That's when someone told us that this was the Staten Island ferry.
Very embarrassing episode. At least I still have the pictures somewhere!
posted: Jun. 9, 2012 @ 11:54a
I want to take the free tour at statue of liberty. So, now i am going to sign up. Thanks for this amazing free offer of tour.
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