Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
The Statue of Liberty has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. One of the most iconic monuments in the world, it has featured in several magazines, films, photos, and media. The statue is that of Libertas, the Roman goddess of Liberty. With a torch in her right hand, the famous tabula ansata in her left, with the roman numerals "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI," denoting the date of the US Declaration of Independence and broken chains at her feet, signifying freedom to the immigrants that arrived from other countries, she is the ultimate symbol of hope and the promise of opportunity.
A must-see for anyone visiting New York, the Statue of Liberty has been one of the most recognized buildings in the New York skyline. More than 300 feet in height, the Statue of Liberty is visible from Lower Manhattan. With nearly 4.5 million visitors every year, it is one of the most widely visited tourist spots in New York. The cruise goes from the Brooklyn Bridge, past the Governor’s Island to the Statue of Liberty. It finally goes towards the New Jersey side, from where several prominent monuments are visible.
The meeting point is at 89 South St New York NY 10038. Please arrive 15 minutes before the departure time. Please show the mobile voucher with a valid photo ID and your hour-long cruise from the New York Harbor will begin from here.
The sheer size of the statue is not often depicted in films and will leave you in awe as your cruise ship goes close to it. You will begin to understand why the Statue of Liberty is depicted in several coins and stamps, and the reason for it being the pride and icon of America.
The 60-minute cruise will take you along Lower Manhattan. The informative and entertaining guides will detail you on the famous landmarks that are visible during the cruise. You can see the famous Manhattan skyline in the flesh. It is an incredible experience to witness this famous skyline. You can also see the famous Brooklyn Bridge, a suspension bridge that spans nearly 6000 feet over the East River. You can see the One World Trade Centre, the rebuilt World Trade Centre complex from the ferry. 8 Spruce Street, along with 40 Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, 40 Wall Street - Trump Building and the Equitable Building are some of the other well-known buildings that are visible from the interior of the cruise ship. You will pass the Governors Island before you reach the Statue of Liberty. Then the ferry will take you towards the New Jersey side of New York. The picturesque New York skyline is visible from here. Seeing this famously portrayed scene in real life will take your breath away. The cruise concludes at the meeting point. True to its name, the cruise gives you the essential New York City experience.
To view a map of the route the cruise will take, please click here.
Know Before You Go
There are multiple departures. Monday to Sunday: 11 AM, 12:30 PM, 2 PM, 3:30 PM Arrive 15 minutes prior to the time of departure Duration: 60 minutes
- Enjoy an air-conditioned cruise along the New York Harbor as you catch sight of the magnificent Statue of Liberty.
- Snap some gorgeous photos, from the upper deck of the cruise ship of Lower Manhattan.
- Get up close to the Statue of Liberty and behold the massive size of the monument.
- Witness the spectacular New York skyline as you go around the New York Harbor.
- Professional and informative guides
- Air-conditioned cabins
- Pick up and drop off service
- Entry into Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty
Strict Cancellation Policy
These tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded.
Please arrive at the venue 15-minutes prior to departure
How To Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email with your Essential Statue of Liberty Cruise ticket voucher shorlty. No need to print. Download the attached document with the QR code. You must show this voucher on your mobile phone at the entrance.
The meeting point of this tour is at South Street Seaport at 89 South St New York NY 10038, where the ferry will depart from.
How to get there
By train: A, C, J, Z, 2, 3
Take the train to Fulton Street. Walk southeast down Fulton Street towards the water. Follow Fulton Street all the way to South Street Seaport.
By bus: Nos. M15, QM11, QM25
Get off at Water Street and Fletcher Street. Walk towards the water on John Street until you get to the South Street Seaport.
Nos. X8, QM7, QM8, BM1, BM2, BM3, BM4
Get off at Water Street and Maiden Lane. Walk towards the water on Maiden Land until you get to the South Street Seaport.
The ticket is valid only for the date and time for which you’ve scheduled the booking.