Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ferry Ticket

3.7/5 (3 Reviews)

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognized landmarks in the world, symbolic of all the values that have come to represent the United States. This ferry ticket gives you access to both Liberty and Ellis Island. Please note that access to the Pedestal and Crown of the Statue of Liberty is not included with your Pass. If you wish to view those parts of the statue, you will need to pay an additional charge and reservations are required since space is limited.

Gate Price
Adult: $20.00
Child: $11.00

On this excursion, you’ll have the opportunity to marvel at the Statue of Liberty, a national monument given to the United States as a token of goodwill from France in 1886 thanks to the original idea of Edouard de Laboulaye. Laboulaye saw the country as an international beacon of hope for having abolished slavery after the Civil War. The Statue of Liberty now stands as an international symbol of freedom and democracy, giving particular comfort to Americans and pride to New Yorkers in the post-September 11th era.

You’ll also visit Ellis Island, America's largest and most active immigration station, where over 12 million immigrants were processed between 1892 and 1924. Discover what was the first stop in America to millions of immigrants. Don’t miss two of the most historic destinations in New York.

Because thousands of visitors come to see the Statue of Liberty each week, planning ahead to secure a reservation is crucial. Please be aware that security is tight at this attraction, and visitors will need to go through a brief security check before entering.

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[1 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Awesome!
By Steve Verified Reviewer from Kennebunk ME on
Best Uses:
General Sightseeing
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry Ticket:

I had the pass sent right to my phone and it was great! The mobile guidebook that came along with it was particularly helpful. Main piece of advice is read the instructions for how to get your Statue of Liberty ticket closely. It is clearly spelled out in the materials but a little complicated so read carefully.

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[0 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

nice boat ride
By Mandy Verified Reviewer from London Ontario Canada on
Pros:
Good narative, Nice ride, Skip the line
Cons:
Long walk to boat, Long Lines,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry Ticket:

the actual boat ride was nice... info on it was good ... able to get good pics... to get onto the boat is frustrating... long lines ... security guard pointing up in the wrong direction... asked many staff where we were to go because we were able to skip the line and each one told us something different... the walk to get on the boat was very long and if you had a disability it would be difficult for you to keep up with the guide...

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[47 of 49 customers found this review helpful]

Liked skipping the line!
By Dave and family Verified Reviewer from Boston, MA on
Pros:
Convenient, Must do, Helpful
Cons:
Long Security Line, Couldn't get to Crown,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry Ticket:

The ticket line to get your ticket is so incredibly long. It was great to have my ticket in hand when I got to Battery Park. But I still had to stand in the security line which also was long. I was thankful that I at least got to skip one line. You have to make sure that if you want to visit the Crown you take your ticket to the window to get a timed ticket for the Crown. I did not do that and honestly I think I would have been better off just taking a boat cruise that went past the Statue. I love Ellis Island though and it was really worth going to Ellis Island!

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Phone: 1-877-523-9849

Address

Castle Clinton at Battery Park
New York, NY 10004

Hours

Departs Battery Park daily at 9:30am, every 25 minutes with the last departure leaving at 3:30pm.

Note

Please be advised that your pass does not include Crown or guarantee pedestal access. If you would like to visit the crown please book a 'Reserve with Crown' ticket directly through Statue Cruises.

Statue Cruises should be contacted regarding advance tickets, confirmations and ferry schedules. Call (201) 604-2800 or email info@statuecruises.com.

What to wear: Dress for the season when you visit the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. During the summer months temperatures can rise to the high 90's with high humidity. In the winter temperatures are chilly. Be sure to dress in layers in case conditions change suddenly.

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking a great deal during your visit.

Food and Beverages: There are concession stands on all the boats which sell healthy snacks and beverages, as well as merchandise. There are also concession stands and gift stores on both Liberty and Ellis Island.

If you have 2:00pm tickets or later, you will only have adequate time to go to one of the two islands, whichever you choose.

Closings

Liberty Island is open every day except December 25.

Address

Castle Clinton at Battery Park
New York, NY 10004

Public Transportation

TO BATTERY PARK, NEW YORK CITY, NY: The ticket office is located inside historic Castle Clinton at Battery Park. We recommend using public transportation to get to Battery Park as parking is very limited in lower Manhattan.

BY SUBWAY - Take any of the following lines:
  • LOCAL 1 (7th Avenue Line) to the last stop - SOUTH FERRY.
  • EXPRESS (Lexington Avenue Line) 4 or 5 to BOWLING GREEN.
  • LOCAL from Brooklyn/Queens R/W (Broadway Line) to WHITEHALL STREET.

  • BY BUS: M1, M6 or M15 to South Ferry (last stop).

    Driving Directions

    By Car: From the East Side take the FDR Drive South to Exit 1, South Ferry Battery Park. From the West Side take the Westside Highway South (Route 9A) to Battery Park.

    Please bring your pass to the ticket offices at Castle Clinton, Battery Park, New York 10004.

    Redeem your pass with ticket agent for a boarding pass for a ferry. You will have to go enter a security check point before boarding the boats.

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