Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free

Welcome to Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty, The National Monument

The Statue of Liberty, situated on the 12-acre Liberty Island in New York Harbor, was officially named the Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World. This national monument, as well as Ellis Island, represents the sufferings of many immigrants, the financial difficulties, the liberation of the tyranny towards the end of the 19th century. The French President offered to the United States the Statue of Liberty as a gift on the occasion of the centennial of the American Declaration of Independence.

Soak up the skyline of New York City from aboard the ferry route to experiencing the majestic wonder of the most iconic statue in the world. All tickets include a round trip pass with access to both Liberty and Ellis Island and a complimentary audio tour for each location. You can explore the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and enjoy posing in front of Lady Liberty, forever capturing the magic of freedom and friendship that she represents.


Your E-Ticket with a timed reservation
ensures Priority Check-in and Boarding.

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Visit the Statue of Liberty

The Grounds Ticket grants you access to the grounds of Liberty Island and Ellis Island and entrance to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.

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Access in to the Pedestal

In addition to the grounds of Liberty and Ellis Islands, the Pedestal Ticket includes special access to the inside of the Statue of Liberty.

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Hard hat tour

The Hard Hat – Ellis Island Ticket includes a round trip on the ferry with access to both Liberty and Ellis Island. Book your tickets now. 

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On Liberty Island you will be granted access to the Statue of Liberty Museum. (free pass)

Audio guide included

Audio tours are available in a number of languages including English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian… The audio tours are included with the purchase of every ticket.

skip the line

By purchasing your Reserve Ticket online you can avoid being delayed in long Flex Ticket queues, ensuring that you and your companions can enjoy every moment of your special day. 

Two departure points

Ferries to New York Harbor depart from both Battery Park in New York City and Liberty State Park in Jersey City. Private access to Liberty or Ellis Island is not granted.

Statue of Liberty Ferry

When you are planning your visit to the Statue of Liberty expect to be amazed and take in all the beauty and magnificence of this iconic monument. It is a memorable experience and it should be included in your trip to New York. 

To be able to get to either of the islands you need to go onboard the ferry service, and to do so you have to book a ticket to visit Liberty Island and Ellis Island. All of the ticket options include access to both islands, and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum is free to access upon arrival. There are different ticket choices available, and you can pick the one that suits you best. And you pick to leave from Battery Park in New York or Liberty State Park in New Jersey. 

Please keep in the following tips to make your trip more enjoyable: wear comfortable clothes and dress according to the weather conditions; arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled reserve time; please keep in mind that you will go through airport-like security to board the ferry.

Plan your visit to Statue of Liberty

Plan ahead and select the best guided tour to visit the Statue of Liberty and get the most from your visit to this iconic monument! We have several ticket options with a mix of different destinations so you can pick out the tour that works best for you and your trip. If you wish to enter the pedestal or crown you must secure reservations.

Each guided tour includes a round trip ferry that will let you experience the full view of the skyline of New York and New Jersey. It is about 3 hours long and includes access to both Ellis Island and Liberty Island where you will be free to explore and learn details about the importance of the Statue of Liberty and what it means to the nation.

Lady Liberty

The Statue of Liberty was originally conceptualised as a gift from France to the United States of America, as a token of their friendship after the American Revolution. Dedicated on 28 October 1886, the Roman liberty goddess holds a flaming torch above her head with a warrior-like look upon her face. Broken chains lie at her feet as she marches forward in commemoration of the abolition of slavery and Declaration of Independence. 

Over the years Lady Liberty has come to represent the freedom and independent democracy of America, which has lead to her global recognition as a symbol of hope.

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