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Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

Statue of liberty

Book Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
New York

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Entry Tickets to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island with Ferry

Entry Tickets to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island with Ferry

$29
Flexible Duration
Audio Guide
  • Hop on the ferry to Ellis Island and Battery Park from either New York or New Jersey.
  • Armed with your mobile ticket enjoy skipping the snaking queue.
  • Spend some time exploring The Ellis Island Immigration Museum, which showcases the first immigrants to the country, dating all the way back to the 19th century.
  • Continue onwards to the famous Statue of Liberty and explore its grounds at your own pace.
  • Make the best use of your audio guide headset at both venues, and learn about their historical and cultural significance.
  • Audio guide languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish.
  • A ferry will be waiting to take you back to your starting point, thus ending your tour.
  • Round trip ferry to Liberty Island & Ellis Island
  • Access to the Statue of Liberty Museum and grounds
  • Access to Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
  • Audio guide available in 6 languages
  • Set aside ample time to explore Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.
  • Keep in mind the time taken for airport-grade security procedures at the Screening Facility for boarding the ferry.
  • Please note that the New Jersey Ferry Service will resume on March 11th, 2023.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
1 Hour Statue of Liberty Sightseeing Cruise

1 Hour Statue of Liberty Sightseeing Cruise

$30
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
Mobile Ticket
1 hr.
Audio Guide
  • Take a break from your everyday life and get started on a relaxing 60-minute cruise on the Hudson River.
  • Pass by the Statue of Liberty, as well as Ellis Island and make the best of this photo-op.
  • Cruise towards South Street Seaport and learn about its 400-year-old history thanks to the live English commentary onboard.
  • See the famous Brooklyn Bridge, a must-do experience when in New York, and admire this 19th-century engineering marvel.
  • There is free WiFi onboard, as well as an audio guide available in 6 languages (English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese).
  • 60-minute cruise
  • Live English guide
  • Audio guide in English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish & Japanese
  • Tip: American holidays are a popular time for everyone to visit the Statue of Liberty. To avoid the crowd, it is recommended that you go on a weekday prior to the holiday, if possible.
  • Pets are allowed on the cruise.
  • There are no extra seats for infants - you must seat them on your lap.
  • The cruise is wheelchair as well as pram/stroller-friendly.
  • The audio guide is available in English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish & Japanese.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Sunset Cruise with Times Square Dining

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Sunset Cruise with Times Square Dining

$70
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
Mobile Ticket
2 hr.
  • Catch the sun setting behind the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
  • You will get close to about 100 feet to both these attractions, so you will have the best photo opportunities.
  • Spot landmarks such as the One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park, and more along the way.
  • Let yourself loose and dance to the fun tunes the onboard DJ will play for you.
  • Choose between getting free entry at either Hard Rock Cafe or Dave & Buster’s in Time Square.
  • Cruise on the Hudson River
  • Entry into Hard Rock Cafe (optional)
  • Entry into Dave & Buster’s (optional)

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • Sunset Cruise + Hard Rock Cafe
  • Sunset Cruise + Dave & Buster’s
  • Tip: The best time to visit Times Square would be around 6pm or 7pm, right before the Broadway shows start and the lights will seem brightest and the crowds the largest.
  • The cruise is wheelchair accessible.
  • The minimum drinking age is 21 years.
  • The cruise operates in all weather conditions.
  • Departures take place within walking distance of the cruise port.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island General Admission + Guided Tour

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island General Admission + Guided Tour

$69
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
Mobile Ticket
4 hr.
Audio Guide
  • When in NYC, don't miss out on the opportunity to get up and close with the guardian of NYC’s harbors, Lady Liberty.
  • An expert tour guide (English/Spanish) will keep you company from beginning to end, filling you in on intriguing facts about the landmarks visited.
  • Round-trip ferry rides to both islands are included in the price of your ticket. Hop on them and enjoy smooth rides.
  • Get down at the Statue of Liberty Island and head into the Statue of Liberty Museum first.
  • From the original bones of the statue to one of the first flames of her torch, this museum gives you a rare peek into the history of the Statue of Liberty.
  • Sail towards Ellis Island next and hear the stories of millions of immigrants that passed through this island from the years 1892-1954.
  • Explore the island on your own afterward, and visit the must-visit attractions, like the Wall of Honor and the Museum of Immigration if you wish.
  • This guided tour is available in English and Spanish: take your pick.
  • Expert tour guide (English/Spanish)
  • Round-trip ferry tickets
  • Statue of Liberty island
  • Statue of Liberty Museum access
  • Ellis Island Museum access (with audio guides)

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • English-Guided Tour
  • Spanish-Guided Tour
  • Tip: Ellis Island has some of the best views of Manhattan. You can't leave without taking a picture of the iconic New York City skyline. Just outside the main building, right across from the Wall of Honor, you’ll find the most picturesque spot on the island.
  • Audio guides are available at the Museum of Ellis Island. However, they may not be available for afternoon departures due to time constraints.
  • This tour is wheelchair accessible.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Entry to First Morning Ferry to Statue of Liberty Tour & Ellis Island with Tour Guide

Entry to First Morning Ferry to Statue of Liberty Tour & Ellis Island with Tour Guide

$69
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
Mobile Ticket
4 hr.
Audio Guide
  • Board the very first ferry of the day to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island with your live guide.
  • This ticket will allow you to board the first ferry of the day to Liberty Island.
  • Please note: only the earliest booking time has access to the first ferry.
  • With the help of your expert local guide, learn all about the history of European immigration to the USA.
  • Take in beautiful views of the New York Harbor and admire Lady Liberty herself with access to the base grounds.
  • Check out the incredible displays at the state-of-the-art Statue of Liberty museum.
  • Hear heartwarming and tear-jerking stories about European refugees and their journey to the USA as you head to Ellis Island.
  • Round trip Ferry to Liberty Island & Ellis Island on the first ferry of the day
  • Access to the Statue of Liberty Museum and its grounds
  • Access to Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
  • Walking tour guide in English of Liberty & Ellis Island
  • Audio guide in English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish & Japanese
  • Tip: As soon as you get on the ferry, head to the side that faces Manhattan. This is where you’ll get the best view of the Statue of Liberty after the ferry makes a sharp turn.
  • This ticket guarantees access to the first boat of the day out to Liberty Island.
  • Only the earliest booking time has access to the first ferry.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Visiting the Statue of Liberty in New York

New York City has something to offer to all kinds of tourists. The rich culture, iconic skyline, fun and vibrant nightlife, famous restaurants, entertainment avenues, and world-renowned museums and theaters make it one of the most visited cities across the globe. While the city has several iconic and must-visit landmarks, one of the most popular among them is the Statue of Liberty.

Located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, this 305-foot-tall, colossal neoclassical sculpture was a gift from France to commemorate the centenary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The Statue of Liberty has been a symbol of hope and democracy for the American people ever since. Book your Statue of Liberty tickets right away and gear up for a mindblowing experience.

Why Visit the Statue of Liberty?

Visit the Statue of Liberty
  • Panoramic views: Enjoy stunning panoramic views of the New York skyline from the many pedestal observation points at the Statue of Liberty.
  • Learn about its history: Visit the Statue of Liberty Museum to know about its history and what inspired the creation of this spectacular monument. Get a glimpse of the original torch - the most iconic symbol of Liberty.
  • Visit the museum rooftop: Head to the museum rooftop for breathtaking views of the statue and the New York Harbor.
  • Go on a guided tour: Take a Statue of Liberty guided tour to know more about the history of the statue and why and how it came into existence.
  • Visit the Crown: Head to the crown for unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline and Alexander Gustave Eiffel’s framework for the Statue of Liberty.
  • Ellis Island: Head to Ellis Island and check out the National Museum of Immigration and learn how immigrants were able to fulfill their American dream.

All Your Statue of Liberty Ticket & Tour Options

Statue of Liberty Entry Tickets

Statue of Liberty Entry Tickets

  • Book your Statue of Liberty tickets and enjoy priority access to the attraction and Ellis Island.
  • Explore the Ellis Island Immigration Museum to learn about how the first immigrants made it to the country way back in the 19th century.
  • Make your way to the Statue of Liberty and enjoy the grounds at your own pace.
  • Use your audio guide headset (available in Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish languages) to learn about the cultural and historical significance of this iconic sculpture.
Statue of Liberty Cruises

Statue of Liberty Cruises

  • The Statue of Liberty tickets allow you access to a scenic 60-minute cruise during which you sail past the sculpture and Ellis Island. It offers the best photo opportunities as you watch the sun set behind these attractions 
  • Cruise towards the South Street Seaport and listen to the live English commentary board explain its 400-year-old history.
  • Spot iconic landmarks like the World Trade Centre, the Empire State building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park, and more.
  • Dance to the tunes of the onboard DJ and enjoy a meal at either Hard Rock Café or Dave & Buster’s later.
Statue of Liberty Guided Tours

Statue of Liberty Guided Tours

  • Get up close and personal with Lady Liberty, the guardian of New York City harbors, on a guided tour where an expert guide will keep you company and tell you fascinating stories and facts about the landmarks you visit.
  • Get off at the Statue of Liberty Island and head straight to the museum, which will give you a rare peek into the history of the sculpture. From the original bones of the statue to the first flames of Lady Liberty’s torch, the Statue of Liberty Museum has preserved it all.
  • Sail towards Ellis Island and visit the Wall of Honor and the Immigration Museum to know about how the first immigrants made it to the country and realized their American dream.

Why You Should Book Statue of Liberty Tickets Online?

The best way to buy your Statue of Liberty tickets is to book them online. The reservation system will instantly send you a confirmation as well as mobile tickets with free cancellation options.

  • Advance booking: You can book your tickets well in advance without having to worry about the tickets getting sold out. 
  • Convenience: Booking Statue of Liberty tickets online allows you priority access to the attraction. You don’t have to wait in long lines to purchase tickets and can spend time exploring the site at your own pace.
  • Discounts: If you book your tickets online, you can avail of exciting deals and discounts to further enhance your experience.

Statue of Liberty Highlights

Ellis Island - This is a Photograph of Ellis Island

Ellis Island

Ellis Island may not be as popular an attraction as the Statue of Liberty, but it is an extremely important part of the history of the United States of America. This island served as the gateway for over 12 million immigrants to enter the country between 1892 and 1954 and realize their dream. The island represents the stories of the people who went to the ends of the Earth in search of a better life and provide for their families.

National Museum of Immigration

National Museum of Immigration

The National Museum of Immigration on Ellis Island stands as a living testimony to the story and dreams of the American people. Housed inside a former immigration complex, this fascinating museum tells the story of the trials and triumphs of 12 million immigrants through photographs, historic records, and heirlooms. Walk through the Great Hall, baggage room, and restored dormitories that celebrate and honor the migrant journey.

Statue of Liberty Museum

Statue of Liberty Museum

The Statue of Liberty Museum tells the story of Lady Liberty’s legacy through three interactive galleries – Immersive Theatre, Inspiration Gallery, and Engagement Gallery. The Immersive Theatre is a multimedia experience that tells the story of the sculpture and the ideals it represents. The Engagement Gallery gives an insight into the process of constructing the statue while the Inspiration Gallery allows visitors to document their visit to the museum. Check out the Roof Deck for stunning views of the statue and the New York Harbor.

Pedestal & Crown

Pedestal & Crown

Designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, the statue’s stone pedestal is half the height of the entire monument offering breathtaking panoramic views of the harbor. You can either take the elevator or climb 215 steps to get to the top. Don’t miss out on visiting the Crown after for limited but stunning views of Brooklyn. Access to both the pedestal and the crown is limited. So, make sure to book your tickets in advance.

Plan Your Visit to the Statue of Liberty

Timings
Getting There
Facilities
Accessibility
Food & Drinks
Rules
Nearby
Timings

General Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM

Last Entry: The last entry to the monument is at 4 PM. However, the last access to the statue’s pedestal and crown is at 1:30 PM.

Closed On: The Statue of Liberty remains closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit the Statue of Liberty is in the early hours when it opens to the public because it is less crowded.

Getting There

Address: New York, NY 10004, USA | Find on maps

By Subway: Take either the 4 and 5 trains to Bowling Green, the R train to Whitehall Street, or the 1 train to South Ferry stations. The Statue of Liberty ferry is a 5 to 7-minute walk from there. (Nearest Stop: Bowling Green)

By Bus: Take buses M5, M15, or M20 and get off at the South Ferry bus stop. Follow the signs as you walk down to the Statue of Liberty ferry location. (Nearest Stop: South Ferry)

By Car: The nearest airport is the New York Skyports Seaplane Base. The Statue of Liberty is 30 to 40 minutes away from here. Street parking is available on 81 Whitehall Street, 20 Morris Street, or 51 Beaver Street.

Facilities
  • Restrooms, public telephones, and refreshments are available.
  • The monument and the park except the crown are wheelchair accessible.
  • There are several provisions in place for the disabled and those with reduced mobility, hearing loss, blindness, etc.
  • Service animals are allowed provided their owners always keep control of them. However, they won’t be allowed access to the crown.
  • There are gift shops inside the premises as well as the museum selling souvenirs, books about the Statue of Liberty and immigration, mugs, keychains, postcards, and more.
Accessibility
  • Wheelchairs are available at the Statue of Liberty upon showing a valid photo ID.
  • The monument and the park are wheelchair accessible. However, access to the Crown might not be possible.
  • Toilets and restrooms are available in the lobby area.
  • Lockers are available for a small fee.
Food & Drinks - This is a Photograph of Cheese burger

Visitors can dine at the Crown Café after a tour of the Statue of Liberty. This café on Liberty Island serves classic American favorites like hot dogs, sandwiches, seafood, cheeseburgers, pizza, paninis, ranger meals, beverages, and desserts. They have an espresso bar and also serve vegetarian and gluten-free meals. 

Average cost: The average cost for one person is around $10 to $15.

Rules
  • Visitors are not allowed to eat, smoke, or drink at the Statue of Liberty.
  • Photography is allowed but commercial photography without prior permission is strictly prohibited. No tripods allowed.
  • No pets, except service animals, are allowed on the premises.
  • Camping is strictly prohibited on the island.
  • Large bags, strollers, laptops, etc. are not allowed on the premises. So, make sure you put them away in the lockers available for visitors.
Nearby - Thomas Edison National Historic Park
  • Governor’s Island National Monument: The Governor’s Island features Castle Williams and Fort Jay - two examples of early American defensive fortifications that were used by the US Army and US Coast Guard for almost two centuries.
  • African Burial Ground National Monument: Rediscovered in 1991 during excavations, the ground honors the lives of 15,000 people who were not granted burial rights within the original boundaries of the city.
  • Thomas Edison National Historic Park: This is America’s greatest inventor’s home and laboratory, which showcases his work and highlights the role his friends, family, and business associates played in his success.
  • 9/11 Memorial Museum: The 9/11 Museum pays homage to the lives lost in the unfortunate tragedy of the Twin Towers. It is a one-of-a-kind museum, offering the unique experience of connecting with the victims and survivors of the incident.

Visitor Tips

  • Book your Statue of Liberty tickets online and well in advance to avoid waiting for hours in long queues.
  • Stay on the left side of the boat for breathtaking views and great photos of the monument.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing because you’ll have to do a lot of walking and climbing at the Statue of Liberty.
  • Make sure you set aside 5 to 6 hours for your visit.
  • The best time to visit the attraction is in the early hours when it opens because it is the least crowded.
  • Book your tickets to the Crown at least a week in advance since access is limited.
  • Pack light since large bags, backpacks, and refreshments are not allowed inside.

Frequently Asked Questions About The Statue Of Liberty

Q. What is the Statue of Liberty?

A. The Statue of Liberty is a 305-foot-tall sculpture that was presented to the United States as a gift from France to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It has been a symbol of hope, freedom, and democracy for the American people ever since.

Q. Where can I buy Statue of Liberty tickets?

A. You can buy your Statue of Liberty tickets online.

Q. Can I buy Statue of Liberty tickets online?

A. Yes. You can book Statue of Liberty tickets online.

Q. What is the cost of Statue of Liberty tickets?

A. The Statue of Liberty tickets are priced at $24 and upwards.

Q. Can I get a discount on Statue of Liberty tickets?

A. Yes. It depends on the kind of tickets you choose. In general, infants and children (3 - 11 years), and senior citizens enjoy reduced ticket prices upon showing a valid photo ID.

Q. How can I get access to the Statue of Liberty?

A. The Statue of Liberty is accessible only by a ferry that leaves from two locations - Battery Park in lower Manhattan and Liberty State Park in Jersey City.

Q. Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

A. The Statue of Liberty is located in New York Harbor in New York City, USA.

Q. What are some of the highlights of the Statue of Liberty?

A. There are a few highlights of the Statue of Liberty that you must visit on your tour of the attraction. These include the Statue of Liberty Museum, Ellis Island, the National Museum of Immigration, the pedestal, and the Crown.

Q. How do I reach the Statue of Liberty?

A. You can reach the Statue of Liberty by taking a ferry from either Battery Park in lower Manhattan or Liberty State Park in Jersey City.

Q. What are the timings of the Statue of Liberty?

A. The Statue of Liberty is open all year round from 9 AM to 5 PM.

Q. What facilities are available at the Statue of Liberty?

A. Facilities available at the Statue of Liberty include toilets, restrooms, wheelchairs for the disabled, lockers, refreshments, and gift shops.

Q. Is the Statue of Liberty wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes. The Statue of Liberty is wheelchair accessible.

Q. Is photography allowed at the Statue of Liberty?

A. Yes. Photography is allowed inside the Statue of Liberty. However, tripods are strictly prohibited. Seek permission in advance for commercial photography.

Q. Is it worth visiting the Statue of Liberty?

A. Yes. The Statue of Liberty is worth visiting because it celebrates American independence and is a symbol of hope and freedom for the people. The attraction also offers unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the New York Harbor.