New York Battery Park, Ellis Island, and Statue of Liberty Ferries sign



Battery Park is located at the very south tip of Manhattan. Because of its location, strategically located at junction of the Hudson and East rivers, the area is somewhat of a transportation hub. Underneath the park are many tunnels, both for rail and passenger cars, including the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. Battery Park also serves as a terminal for ferries going to Ellis Island and Liberty Island. These two islands, both part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument, are popular tourist destinations. Ellis Island is well known for being a historic immigration entry point before the 1950s. Today, the island is home to an immigration museum. Liberty Island, of course, is the home of the Statue of Liberty, a world-renowned New York City landmark.

We’ve recreated one of the many signs pointing the way to Battery Park and the Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty ferries. Our sign is a painstakingly precise replica made from photos of an original sign still standing in Lower Manhattan. Every detail is just like the original, from the layout to the fonts used. With our replica, you can bring a little bit of New York to your home, office, garage, or anywhere else…without raising the ire of the NYPD.

Our Battery Park, Ellis Island, and Statue of Liberty Ferries sign is flat printed in the USA on heavy 14-gauge steel. It has a glossy, non-reflective finish that’s ideal for display alongside any home decor. It’s also weatherproof enough to last for years outdoors as well. Choose from one of four sizes, ranging from 12 in. square all the way up to 36 in. square. Pre-drilled mounting holes are included in all four sizes. (We can make just about any road sign, from anywhere in the world! Get a sign like this for any destination, in New York or your home city. Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order!)

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