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Statue Of Liberty Tickets

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No visit to the New York City area is complete without a trip to the most famous landmark of New York – the Statue of Liberty. These unique tickets & cruises offer some of the best ways to spend a day out with Lady Liberty in New York.
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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island General Admission + Guided Tour
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Entry to First Morning Ferry to Statue of Liberty Tour & Ellis Island with Tour Guide
Duration
Flexible
4 hrs
4 hrs
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Priority entry at Screening Facility Queue for ferry

Roundtrip ferry service

Access to Liberty Island

Access to Ellis Island

Self-guided audio tour of Liberty Island

Self-guided audio tour of Ellis Island

Entry to Statue of Liberty Museum

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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)
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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

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Cancellation Policy
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Statue Of Liberty Tickets Guide

Designated as a national monument in 1924, the Statue of Liberty is a must-visit attraction in New York. The people of France gifted the Statue of Liberty to the people of the United States as a memento of their eternal friendship. Today, Lady Liberty is globally recognized as a symbol of freedom and democracy. Here’s everything you need to know about the Statue of Liberty.

All Your Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tour Options

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous attractions in New York. Choosing the right ticket for your visit is bound to get confusing, which is why we have summarized all the different Statue of Liberty tickets and tour options available for you.

Combo Tours

Guided Tours

If you want to explore major attractions in New York, then go for combo tour tickets that let you club your visit to the Statue of Liberty with other attractions. 

Why go for these tickets? 

  • Club your visit to the Statue of Liberty with other attractions.
  • A combo ticket is cheaper than purchasing individual tickets for each attraction.
  • Save time by getting one ticket that gives you access to multiple attractions.

Recommended Experiences 

Go on a guided tour of the Statue of Liberty, the 9/11 Memorial Museum, and New York’s famous Wall Street.  
Explore two famous landmarks in New York with one ticket - the Statue of Liberty & Times Square.
Make the most of your visit to the Statue of Liberty by going on a guided tour of the monument. This tour is a great option for people who want to learn more about Lady Liberty and her significance. 

Why go for these tickets? 

  • Learn all about this famous landmark from an expert tour guide.
  • Enjoy priority access on the ferry to Liberty Island.
  • Get access to return transfers to the Statue of Liberty.

Recommended Experiences 

Go on an informational guided tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. 
This experience takes you on an early access guided tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

Which Statue of Liberty Tickets Should You Go For?

Based on your preferences, here’s how you can pick the right Statue of Liberty tickets.

If you’re on a budget: 
The best option for you would be simple entry tickets or the express cruise ticket. Entry tickets to the Statue of Liberty as well as the one-hour express cruise tickets are easy on the pocket and guarantee you a magical experience.
If you’re looking to save time and avoid the lines: 
For people in a time crunch, guided tour tickets to the Statue of Liberty will be the best option for you. Not only do these tickets promise you an educational visit to the monument but they also let you skip past ticket lines on the day of your visit.  
If you’re looking to dive deep into the Statue of Liberty: 
The best way to explore and learn about the Statue of Liberty is by booking guided tour tickets for the monument. An expert guide will accompany you throughout your visit to the Statue of Liberty, and tell you everything there is to know about the monument. 
If you want to explore New York City: 
Make the most of your visit to New York by purchasing combo tour tickets or city passes. Combo tours will let you explore more than one attraction in New York and a city pass will give you access to all the must-see attractions in the city.

Statue of Liberty Tickets Offers and Discounts

Free Entry

The Guided Tour of the Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial & Wall Street experience offers free entry to infants under the age of 3 years. 

Discounts

The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island General Admission + Guided Tour tickets offer discounted ticket pricing for infants, children, and senior citizens. The Guided Tour of the Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial & Wall Street experience provides reduced ticket prices for children aged 4 - 12 years.

Plan your Visit to the Statue of Liberty

Opening Hours

Getting There

Facilities

Know Before You Go

What are the Statue of Liberty's opening hours?

The Statue of Liberty is open from 8 AM to 4 PM every day.

When is the Statue of Liberty closed?

The Statue of Liberty is only closed on 25 December.

What is the best time to visit the Statue of Liberty?

The best time to visit the Statue of Liberty to avoid crowds is during late afternoons. For sunset views, plan your visit in the evening around 6 PM.

How long does it take to tour the Statue of Liberty?

It will take you around 2 to 3 hours to visit the Statue of Liberty and explore Liberty Island.

How long does it take to get from the airport to the Statue of Liberty?

It takes around 1 hour to get from the airport to the Statue of Liberty.

Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

The Statue of Liberty is located in New York, NY 10004, United States.
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How do I get to the Statue of Liberty?

The only way to get to the Statue of Liberty is via ferry. The closest subway stations to the ferry terminal are Bowling Green and South Ferry.

Are return transfers included in the Statue of Liberty tours?

Return transfers are included in your Statue of Liberty tours.

Can I take the train to the Statue of Liberty?

You can take a train close to the Statue of Liberty and then take a ferry to the monument. The closest train station is Greenwich St/Battery Pl.

Is the Statue of Liberty wheelchair accessible?

Yes. The Statue of Liberty is wheelchair accessible. You can even get wheelchairs free of charge with a valid photo ID from the information desk.

Is a storage facility available at the Statue of Liberty?

Yes, storage facilities are available at Liberty Island.

Is photography permitted at the Statue of Liberty?

Yes, photography is permitted at the Statue of Liberty.

Are outside food and drinks permitted inside the Statue of Liberty?

Outside food and drinks are not permitted inside the Statue of Liberty. However, you can carry a water bottle. Visit the Crown Café on Liberty Island to get yourself snacks, meals, and beverages.

From where should I collect the audio guide for my Statue of Liberty Tour?

You can collect your audio guides from the Information Center.

Is there a dress code for visiting the Statue of Liberty?

There is no dress code for visiting the Statue of Liberty. We recommend you wear comfortable footwear and weather-appropriate clothes while visiting the Statue of Liberty.

Will I have to go through security at the Statue of Liberty?

You will have to go through two rounds of security checks at the Statue of Liberty. Before entering the ferry you have to go through metal detectors and undergo X-ray baggage inspections. The second round of security checks takes place before the Crown or Pedestal entrance.

Is it mandatory to wear a face mask while visiting the Statue of Liberty?

It is not mandatory to wear a face mask to visit the Statue of Liberty. However, it’s a good idea to carry one with you.

What to See at the Statue of Liberty? 

Here are a few things you can see on your visit to the Statue of Liberty.

The Pedestal 

The Pedestal at the Statue of Liberty is a building that houses the museum of Lady Liberty. At this museum, you can learn about the history of the construction of the Statue of Liberty. Don’t miss the famous torch exhibit on the first floor that showcases the original 1886 torch that Lady Liberty used to hold.

The Crown

The Statue of Liberty’s headpiece is often mistaken for a crown when in reality it is a diadem. Lady Liberty’s diadem has seven spikes, each of which represents the seven continents and the seven oceans of the world. The twenty-five windows on the crown represent the twenty-five gemstones found on earth. You’ll have to climb 146 double-helix spiral stairs to reach the Crown of Lady Liberty.

Liberty Island

Other than visiting the iconic Statue of Liberty, you can walk around Liberty Island for stunning views of the New York skyline. The island has its own café - the Crown Café if you’d like to grab a bite to eat or sip on a beverage. There are also coin-operated binoculars on the island to give you a closer look at the famed concrete jungle that is New York.

Ellis Island

At Ellis Island, you can explore the grounds and experience the history of immigration to the United States. You can tour the main building, which was once an immigrant inspection station, view a variety of artifacts and photographs, visit "The American Immigrant Wall of Honor," watch educational films about Ellis Island’s role in the country’s history and explore the grounds, which feature outdoor sculptures and monuments.

National Museum of Immigration

The museum provides insight into the stories behind immigration to America, from Ellis Island and beyond. You can take an audio tour through the galleries and gain information about immigration trends throughout the nation’s history. There is also a special exhibit section dedicated to the contributions of immigrants in modern-day society. The museum also houses a variety of educational programs and events, including workshops, lectures, and screenings.

Top Attractions in New York

New York has some other great attractions that are a must-see when visiting the city. Here are a few other attractions that you cannot miss when in New York.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is an iconic landmark of New York and is the world’s most famous skyscraper. You can enjoy unobstructed panoramic views of New York and the ocean from the Empire State Building’s open-air 86th-floor observatory. On a clear day, you can see up to five states from the building’s Observatory. These include New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.

Central Park 

Central Park is the most famous and most visited urban park in the United States of America. A visit to New York will be incomplete without strolling through the lush greenery of Central Park and feeding bread to the ducks that come here. You can easily spend an entire day at Central Park indulging in different outdoor activities. Be it bike trails or quaint picnic spots, Central Park has everything!

Summit One Vanderbilt Observation Deck  

The Summit One Vanderbilt Observation Deck is New York’s newest cultural attraction, which is an eclectic blend of art, technology, and entertainment. Set in the tallest commercial skyscraper in Manhattan, the Summit One Vanderbilt Observation deck is situated atop the Grand Central Terminal, another New York landmark. Complete with installations, glass ledges, and exterior glass elevators, the Summit One Vanderbilt Observation Deck is a must-visit.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) 

Another New York icon, the Museum of Modern Art is the largest and most influential museum in the world! With more than 150,000 artworks, the MoMA gives you a beautiful glimpse into the world of modern and contemporary art. The museum houses masterpieces by renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Frida Kahlo. The MoMA is also home to one of Vincent Van Gogh’s greatest works - ’Starry Starry Night’. 

Top of the Rock

You must have heard of the iconic Rockefeller Centre in New York - then don’t miss out on adding this attraction to your itinerary! With sweeping panoramic views and marvelous architecture, the Rockefeller Centre is another must-visit attraction in New York. The views of the New York skyline from the ‘Top of the Rock’ are as stunning as the building itself, and you simply cannot miss it! 

Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours FAQs

Are Statue of Liberty tickets available online now?

Yes, Statue of Liberty tickets are available online.

What are the different types of Statue of Liberty tickets and tours?

You can choose from Statue of Liberty entry tickets, guided tour tickets, and combo tickets.

Are return transfers included in the Statue of Liberty tours?

Yes, return transfers are included in your Statue of Liberty tour tickets.

Are Statue of Liberty guided tours available?

Yes, Statue of Liberty guided tours are available online. Learn more about this historic monument from an expert tour guide.

Is skip-the-line entry included in my Statue of Liberty tickets?

Skip-the-line entry is only included in some of your Statue of Liberty tickets. Guided tours and early access tours include priority entrance. However, if you book your tickets online, you will save time at the ticket counter and directly head to the online reservations line. This will reduce your wait time.

Are discounts available on Statue of Liberty tickets?

Discounted Statue of Liberty tickets are available for infants, children, and senior citizens.

What are the Statue of Liberty’s opening hours?

The Statue of Liberty is open from 8 AM to 4 PM every day. The attraction remains closed on Christmas Day.

How do I get to the Statue of Liberty?

You can reach the Statue of Liberty via ferry. The closest subway stops to the ferry terminal are Bowling Green and South Ferry.

What is the best time to visit the Statue of Liberty?

The best time to visit the Statue of Liberty to avoid large crowds is in the afternoons.

Is the Statue of Liberty wheelchair accessible?

The Statue of Liberty is wheelchair accessible. You can even get wheelchairs free of charge with a valid photo ID from the information desk.
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