Statue Of Liberty National Monument

Statue Of Liberty National Monument

Transportation & Tours

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry: Boats leave from Battery Park, Manhattan and from Liberty State Park, New Jersey. They run about every 30 to 45 minutes starting at 8:30 a.m. (ferry schedules are subject to change).

Hours: May vary, please call the number below.

Closed: December 25.

Ferry Fees (includes Liberty and Ellis islands): Adults: $10; senior citizens: $8; and children (ages 3 to 17): $4.

Ticket and Schedule Information: Please call (212) 269-5755.

 

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry: Boats leave from Battery Park, Manhattan and from Liberty State Park, New Jersey. They run about every 30 to 45 minutes starting at 8:30 a.m. (ferry schedules are subject to change).

Hours: May vary, please call the number below.

Closed: December 25.

Ferry Fees (includes Liberty and Ellis islands): Adults: $10; senior citizens: $8; and children (ages 3 to 17): $4. 

Ticket and Schedule Information: Please call (212) 269-5755.

 

Statue of Liberty Tours: Passes for monument programs are available by reservation online at www.StatueReservations.com or calling 866-STATUE-4. A very limited number of daily program passes are available at no cost at the ferry ticket offices in Battery Park or Liberty State Park. Ferry tickets can be reserved in advance for a small handling fee. Availability for tour passes is limited, so it's best to make a reservation in advance.

Visitors can choose between two different tour programs to learn more about the Statue. The promenade tour takes visitors through the monument lobby, past the original torch to the Statue of Liberty Exhibit for a 20—30 minute ranger-guided tour. With this choice, you then proceed outside onto the lower promenade of Fort Wood with great views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor. The observatory tour incorporates all of the components of the promenade tour, plus a visit to the pedestal observation platform for a completely new perspective. Visitors can view the Statue's interior framework through a new glass ceiling and take part in a ranger talk to learn about the Statue's design. Outdoor tours are also available to all visitors. Tour times are posted at the information. 

For more information about tours and programs for school groups, please visit www.nps.gov/stli or reach the reservations coordinator by calling (212) 363-3200 and pressing "6" after the prompt.