Head Trip

September 2009
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;9/4/2009, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p2
The article announces the reopening of the Statue of Liberty's crown to the public in July 2009. The Statue of Liberty, which can be seen in New York, New York, was closed in 2001 due to threats of terrorism directed against the monument but other parts of the statue were reopened later in 2004. Mindi Rambo from National Park Service says that tickets to visit the crown of the Statue of Liberty were already sold out for months.


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