Make the most of your trip to the Statue of Liberty with tickets which include priority "Reserve Line' access to the Statue of Liberty Ferry. Enjoy a hassle-free trip to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island as you tour these world-class attractions at your own pace with multilingual audio guides. For a premium experience, upgrade to include "Pedestal Access" to the Statue of Liberty - a feature available to only a limited number of visitors each day.
Once on board the ferry, you will enjoy a brief ferry ride to Liberty Island featuring ever more impressive views of Lady Liberty, the Manhattan Skyline and New York Harbor.
Once ashore on Liberty Island - pick up your free multilingual audio guide for the Statue of Liberty from the National Park desk. Then take your time to discover the history and grandeur of the Statue of Liberty, a universal symbol for freedom given to the United States on October 28, 1886 as a gift from the people of France. The statue was designed by Frederick Bartholdi, a French sculptor, and framed by Gustave Eiffel, the same gentleman who designed the Eiffel Tower. Today, the statue is visited by millions of people a year and continues to remain an icon for freedom as well as a welcoming symbol to immigrants arriving to America.
if you have choosen the "Pedestal Access"upgrade option, your ticket also includes access to the Statue of Liberty Pedestal where you can explore the museum - featuring the original torch for the Statue - along with many other fascinating artifacts and displays. Then climb the steps up onto the top of the pedestal where the interior offers views of the Statue's inner skeletal structurefor incredible views, while the outdoor observation deck and balcony provide unique views of both the Statue and New York.
After touring Liberty Island, then take another short ferry ride over to Ellis Island. Ellis Island, also known as the ‘Island of Hope and Tears’, was the largest gateway for millions of immigrants looking for a new beginning and a new life for their families in America. Ellis Island was once America’s busiest immigration station that operated for over 62 years (1892 until 1954) and saw millions of people from around the world. Here you can also pick up your complementary audio guide for the Ellis Island Immigration Museum at the customer service desk inside the Museum
• Priority "Reserve Line" Ferry tickets to Liberty Island (Statue of Liberty) and Ellis Island
• Entry to Liberty Island, home of the Statue of Liberty.
• Entry to the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum
• Guided multilingual audio tour headsets for the Statue of Liberty National Monument
• Complimentary self-guided multilingual audio tour headsets for Ellis Island
• Pedestal access” Upgrade Option will confirm upon booking as limited per day and charge 10usd more per person