Dauphin, Pennsylvania: Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty

25 ft tall Statue of Liberty replica stands on orphaned bridge platform in the Susquehanna River.

US Hwy 322/22, Dauphin, PA
Best seen driving north on Rt. 22/322 about 7 miles north of Harrisburg. It can be seen driving south, but right and rear instead of left and front.
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Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty.

Mini Statue Of Liberty

The mini replica of the Statue of Liberty is along 322 in Harrisburg between Marysville and Dauphin.

[Nacole, 09/05/2020]

Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty.

Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty

Easy to see from Rt. 322, but if you're up for an adventure head to the other side of the river, to Marysville.

[Jody, 07/25/2017]

Statue of Liberty.

Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is there, but I don't know if there is a side road where you could actually pull over and get out of your car to get a better look. Couldn't get close enough to see the tribute replica of the Twin Towers; I actually forgot about that part.

[tim,colleen,susan,billy, 09/24/2015]

This small-scale Statue of Liberty stands on an old bridge pillar in the middle of the the Susquehanna River. The miniature Twin Towers replica, a monument to the victims of the 9/11 attack, stands on a separate pillar.

Statue of Liberty replica.

Dauphin Narrows Statue of Liberty

The 25 ft. tall Statue of Liberty replica stands on an old Marysville bridge platform in the Susquehanna River. The original 18-ft. tall version was built by Gene Stilp in 1986 out of venetian blinds. Demolished in a storm, it was later recreated taller and out of sturdier materials.

[Dan Mason, 04/30/2011]
Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Tribute

The mini-Statue of Liberty appears in the Susquehanna River and can be viewed on Route 322 just outside of Harrisburg, PA. There is a new addition...on a separate crumbling bridge column, sits a mini-version of the Twin Towers, but they are much harder to see. They are best viewed while driving by in a bus or truck. I don't know if the same guy who did the Statue of Liberty is responsible for this.

Also, from this vantage point the Rockville stone arch train bridge can be seen. I've heard it's the longest of its kind remaining in the US, but no idea if that's true.

[Erica, 05/11/2008]

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