Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty sits on which New York island?
Formerly known as Bedloe’s Island and used over the years as a defensive fort, a smallpox quarantine station, and a summer residence for the Earl of Cassilis, Liberty Island was rechristened after Lady Liberty was built there. Today, the island is owned by the federal government and covers nearly 15 acres in the Upper New York Bay. It is only accessible by ferry.
The Answer: The correct answer is Liberty Island.