Statue of Liberty Tickets


 9 am to 6.45 pm

Mainland Last Ferry:

 3.30 pm


Liberty Island, NY 10004, United States.


2 to 3 hours

Best time:

Early Morning or Late Afternoon

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Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty Guided Tour



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Which Statue of Liberty Ticket is Best for You?

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Guided tour

For Solo & Budget Travelers

Suggested Ticket:

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island with Ferry

Ticket Price: $33

On a day trip to New York and don’t want to miss seeing this beauty, take this 5-hour ferry ride with entry to Lady Liberty.

This self-guided tour of the Statue of Liberty is the most popular and affordable option for visitors, as they can also explore Liberty Island and the Immigration Museum.

At the Immigration Museum, you can also access a multilingual audio guide to learn more facts about Lady Liberty and the museum.

Statue of Liberty Pedestal Tour

For Groups & Families 

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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Guided Tour

Ticket Price: $55

If you want a detailed and more personalized experience, this ferry cruise from Manhattan is perfect for you.

You will begin your Statue of Liberty visit with a professional guide who will take you to Liberty Island’s historical gateway and share all the unknown facts. 

It also includes a visit to the Liberty Museum and Ellis Island, and you will get time to wander around yourself with an official guide or stop for a quick bite at the cafeteria.

Visiting Statue of Liberty on Valentine's Day 

For a Romantic Evening

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Skyline and Statue of Liberty Night Cruise

Ticket Price: $40

If you look forward to spending a lovely romantic evening with your loved ones, we recommend booking this 90-minute night cruise.

By booking it online, you can save up to 33% on the ticket price and enjoy a happy hour meal with sunset views.

You will also cruise alongside both sites of Manhattan and have dinner in an outdoor or indoor setting with live music and commentary to make your evening memorable.

About the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, or Lady Liberty—an American icon—symbolizes freedom, inspiration and hope.

Designed by Frederic Bartholdi and built by Gustave Eiffel, the Statue of Liberty is officially titled *Liberty Enlightening the World.*

This iconic statue has become a universal symbol of liberty and hope, representing the ideals of freedom and democracy in the United States and worldwide.

Every year, millions of tourists board ferries to reach Liberty Island to experience the fantastic views of Lady Liberty and admire the Lower Manhattan skyline as they set sail.

The pedestal and crown section of the Statue of Liberty offer a breathtaking view of New York Harbor.

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Plan Your Visit


Hours of Operation: The Statue of Liberty is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.

Closed: On Christmas Day and Thanksgiving.

Last Entry: The last entry is 3.30 pm. The Pedestal closes at that time.

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Getting There

Address: 10004 Liberty Island, NY 10004 | Locate on Maps

Using Public Transport
By Subway: Take lines 1, 4, 5, R, or W from South Ferry station to Battery Park.
By Train: To get to the closest ferry stop from the Statue of Liberty, take the PATH network to either the Groove stop in New Jersey or the World Trade Center train station in New York.
By Bus: Board any of the following routes: BXM18, M20, M15-SBS, QM 11, or QM 25. The closest bus stops are at Batter PI, Whitehall Street, and South-Ferry Terminal.
By Taxi: To get to the Battery Park station, hail a cab in your neighborhood or use Uber or Lyft to hail one.

Directions to the Statue of Liberty

Rules & Regulations
  • All visitors must undergo airport-style security screening before boarding the ferries to Liberty Island and Ellis Island. 
  • Certain items are not allowed inside the Statue of Liberty Monument, including large bags, backpacks, strollers, large umbrellas, food, drinks, drones, scooters, skateboards, firearms, explosives, knives, pepper spray, and markers.
  • To manage overcrowding, the National Park Service has implemented measures such as banning commercial private tours of the Statue of Liberty.
  • Visitors should allow extra time for the security screening process before boarding the ferries.
  • Never carry both dual-purpose items and guns. No smoking is allowed on Liberty Island or on the ferry.
Fun Facts
  • The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to the United States, commemorating the alliance between the two countries during the American Revolution.
  • The face of the Statue of Liberty is said to be modeled after the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi’s mother, Charlotte.
  • It was originally reddish-brown but has turned green over time due to oxidation of the copper exterior.
  • The Statue of Liberty is struck by approximately 600 bolts of lightning each year.
  • On windy days, the statue can sway up to 3 inches, and the torch can move up to 6 inches back and forth

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Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, a French sculptor, created the statue, while Gustave Eiffel built the metal framework inside.

It is a neoclassical sculpture with a magnificent attitude, flowing robes, and an elevated arm holding a torch that evokes traditional Greco-Roman elements.

The base of the monument displays a hendecagram, an 11-vertice star polygon that inspired the statue’s design.

With the pedestal included, its height is 305 feet, and its weight is an incredible 450,000 pounds. 

The statue is made of less than 3/32 of an inch thick copper sheets held up by an iron framework. 

Her torch represents enlightenment, and her crown has seven rays that signify the seven continents. 

  • It can be really hot in the summer months, and there are not many shaded areas, so be prepared with lots of sunscreen or umbrellas if needed. 
  • Bringing bags, backpacks or even small handbags is not allowed, so leaving them in the locker is better. It will cost you around 25 cents.
  • There are 196 steps to reach the top of the pedestal and a 162-step spiral staircase on the crown, so make sure you wear appropriate shoes. 
  • The second level is best if you want to click on beautiful pictures and get the best views.
  • There is an elevator to go down from the pedestal, but not for the crown.
  • The Statue of Liberty Museum is so big that if you are interested in the history and construction of Lady Liberty, you will need a full day to explore all the exhibits and rooms.
  • We recommend bringing your own water and food if you are a budget traveler to avoid expensive items.
  • Also, leave as early as possible to catch your ferry because there are different ports, and it can be very crowded around noon.
  • If you have kids, keep them close because it can get busy.
  • Ellis Island is easy to visit, and there is not much to see if you are on a self-guided tour, but you can explore more when you book tour


Statue of Liberty Pedestal 

The Pedestal

One of the most significant components of the Statue of Liberty is the pedestal, which serves as the statue’s base. The Statue of Liberty Museum, housed inside the pedestal and opened in 2019, features a variety of relics, exhibits, and interactive displays that highlight the significance and history of the well-known statue.


SoL Crown ticket

The Crown

The crown is one of the most visited locations of the Statue of Liberty. You will climb 162 steps up a narrow spiral staircase to reach the crown platform. It’s a difficult journey up a small staircase, but the reward at the top is well worth the work. Because the platform is small and can only hold a small number of people at once, make sure to reserve your tickets well in advance.


Secrets behind the Statue of Liberty Torch

The Torch

The torch of the Statue of Liberty is one of the world’s most well-known emblems of liberty and democracy. While climbing up to the torch is not permitted, the statue’s viewing deck provides a close-up view of it. The museum’s torch exhibit allows visitors to get up close and investigate the torch’s unique design and manufacture. It still displays the original torch that was replaced in the 1980s due to weather and aging damage


Statue of Liberty Museum

Statue of Liberty Museum

The Statue of Liberty Museum, which opened on May 16, 2019, is dedicated to showcasing the creation, meaning, and history of the Statue of Liberty. It features the statue’s original torch and exhibits detailing its construction, history, and significance. Visitors can explore more than 500 photographs and graphics, rare historic photos from the Musée Bartholdi, and early designs for the pedestal from the Library of Congress. 


Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Guided Tour

Liberty Island

Aside from the statue and the museum, Liberty Island itself is worth exploring. Take a leisurely stroll around the island and admire the New York skyline and water views. The island has numerous more noteworthy features, including the Fort Wood military base erected in the 1800s to safeguard New York Harbor. You can also have a picnic on the island’s grounds, grab a meal or drink at the Crown Café, or visit the gift shop to get mementos to remember your trip.


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