All About The Statue of Liberty

By: Karielys, Tiffany, and Kevin

Table of Contents


Physical Features

Do you want to know what the Statue of Liberty looks like? The Statue of Liberty is made out of copper because it is made out of brown copper, but later on The Statue of Liberty turned to green because the weather changes the color. This is called oxidation. The Statue of Liberty has 25 windows in her crown and her crown has 7 spikes to represent the 7 continents. The Statue of Liberty’s eyes are each 2 feet 6 inches long. These are all of my physical feature facts about the Statue of Liberty.

By: Tiffany

Purpose and History

The Statue of Liberty is important to America for many reasons. Read on to get to the juicy facts about her purpose and history. Lady Liberty represents freedom because she has a light and broken chains on her feet. Lady Liberty’s birthday is on October 28th and Lady Liberty was a present from France. Lady Liberty was brought to America in 1886 in 214 crates, or boxes. The Statue of Liberty is so important to our lives in America.

By: Karielys

Visiting Lady Liberty

Would you like to take a trip to visit Lady Liberty? Read on to find out where this statue is located! The Statue of Liberty is located in New York Harbor on Bedloe Island and the new name of her island is Liberty Island. The Statue of Liberty is between New Jersey waters and New York waters. You need to take a ferry, or boat to get to her island. This page tells you interesting facts about the location of the Statue of Liberty.

By: Kevin

Fun Facts

Do you want to know about the Statue of Liberty? Read on for the impressive fun facts! The Statue of Liberty’s mouth is 3 feet long and can you believe she is a 450,000 thousand pounds?! Each of her fingers is 8 feet long! Can you believe the Statue of Liberty wears a size 879 sandal? The Statue of Liberty has a new torch that got covered in gold (24k), in 1986. Each of her feet are 25 feet long, which is as big as a bus. I hope these fun facts about the Statue of Liberty impressed you so much! I hope you read it and teach it to other people and kids.

By: Tiffany, Karielys, and Kevin