Immigration Museum, located on the Hudson River, is a little upstream of the Statue of Liberty. Before the advent of the era of aviation, boating from Europe to New York was the main way for European immigrants to enter the country. So the Immigration Museum at that time was a customs entry checkpoint. It was not possible to see the Statue of Liberty. Only after customs clearance could it really reach the United States. Now it's the Immigration Museum.
Learn how European immigrants entered the United States many years ago. Ellis Island is just 300 metres southwest of the Manhattan Fortress in New York City from the Statue of Liberty. From 1892 to 1954, the number of immigrants entering the United States through Ellis Island reached 12 million, so Ellis Island became a landmark of American immigrants.
The Ellis Island Immigration Museum, formerly the immigration checkpoint in the United States, is now transformed into an immigration museum, which is rich in cultural relics and records the history of immigration development and territorial expansion in the United States. Ellis Island is very close to the Statue of Liberty.
The Immigration Museum is located at the mouth of the Hudson River, hundreds of meters upstream of the Statue of Liberty. It was originally a customs checkpoint. With detailed information, Columbus has recorded the development history of American immigrants and the expansion of regions since Columbus developed the New World.
Leave Freedom Island and go aboard to Ellis Island. It used to be the seat of the Immigration Administration, but now it has been converted into an Immigration Museum, where you can watch free short films about immigration history and visit various photographic objects of early immigrants. The Museum has a large number of pictures of the work and life of early immigrants. The great scientist, Ernstein, fled from Germany and left a picture here, looking very confused. In the Immigration Museum, I saw a huge picture of Chinese immigrants more than a hundred years ago. After staying on the island for more than an hour, he left after visiting the Immigration Museum.
One of the stations of the Statue of Liberty sightseeing ship is the last step for those who have the American Dream to realize their dreams in the old days. They can arrive in the United States after they are checked in here. We must pay attention to the destination and time of getting on and off the ship, otherwise we will miss a long wait.
The cruise ship passes through the National Immigration Museum on Ellis Island, where Americans seek their roots, where early immigrants enter the country, and now there are performances with Scottish characteristics in front of the door. Every day, tourists from all over the world come in endlessly.