The travel app Visited has named the most visited statues to visit in the U.S. With over 1.75 million users around the globe, Visited is a popular travel planner app that allows you to mark off places you’ve traveled and where you want to go, discover and save bucket list destinations, and see your customized travel stats. Whether you want to plan your dream getaway or see how you stack up against other international travelers, you can do it all with the Visited app.
These are the most popular famous statue destinations in the U.S. according to Visited:
- The Statue of Liberty is the top statue to visit in the U.S. The New York City landmark on Ellis Island is a symbol of freedom that was given to the U.S. by France after their alliance in the American Revolution. The colossal copper statue is 305 feet (93 meters) tall and depicts the Roman Goddess of Liberty, Libertas.
- Charging Bull is the second most visited U.S. statue. Located on Wall Street in the Financial District of New York City, the bull is a bronze sculpture that represents financial prosperity and growth. The sculpture is 7,100-pounds (3,200 kilograms) and 11 feet (3.4 m) tall and 16 feet (4.9 m) long. The massive bull is a popular tourist attraction that draws thousands of tourists each day.
- Lincoln Memorial is the third most visited statue in the U.S. The iconic statue of the 16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln is located at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The monument is a tribute to Lincoln, who preserved the country during the Civil War, and the statue pays tribute to Lincoln’s belief in freedom and the dignity of all people.
- Atlas Statue is a bronze statue in Rockefeller Center in New York City. The statue is the fourth most visited monument in the U.S. The Art Deco-style sculpture shows the ancient Greek Titan Atlas holding the heavens on his shoulders. The entire statue is 45 feet (14 meters) tall.
- Alice in Wonderland is a popular bronze sculpture in Central Park, New York City. The statue depicts Alice and her kitten, Dinah, on top of a giant mushroom with her friends the Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, and Dormouse.
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