Get exclusive pedestal access and be among the limited number of visitors entering the national monument each day - a real must see in NYC.
Pedestal passes sell out quickly, so guarantee your entry with this fully guided and narrated tour.
Exclusive Pedetal Access.
Fully narrated tour by a local, experienced guide.
Reserved ferry ticket (and no need to worry about ferry schedules).
Visit the Statue of Liberty and enjoy a Liberty Island tour.
Access to the pedestal level observation deck for a 360 degree view of Liberty Island, New York City points of interest and New York Harbor.
Once in a lifetime photo with Lady Liberty.
Enjoy an Ellis Island tour.
Visit Ellis Island points of interest such as: The Great Hall, Stairs of Separation and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
On average, unguided visitors can expect to spend approximately 6 hours on a trip; with us however, you’ll do and see more in less time (4-4.5 hours). You’ll save time by not having to wait in the ticketing line, you’ll get reserve access and won’t need to worry about ferry schedules - we take care of all that. Plus you’ll have the benefit of an NYC local who can offer suggestions and recommendations for other things to do in NYC after your tour.
You'll meet your guide just outside Battery Park and take the short walk to the ferry dock. Skip the ticketing lines via the reserved ticket holders entrance and set off to begin your Liberty Island tour. You’ll make a short visit to the Statue of Liberty Museum - home of the original torch - and learn all about Lady Liberty. Climb to the pedestal level observation deck, 10 stories high above the island, and get amazing views of the New York City skyline and sweeping 360 degree views of New York Harbor.
You'll stop for a once in a lifetime photo with Lady Liberty before boarding the ferry for the short ride to Ellis Island.
When you visit Ellis Island, you’ll walk in the footsteps of millions of desperate past immigrants searching for a new home in America. Enter the Great Hall before descending the Stairs of Separation to the Kissing Post, and relive the immigrant experience. Returning to Manhattan, you'll understand why the island earned the nickname 'Island of Hope, Island of Tears.’ The tour ends on Ellis Island, but you are welcome to stay on the island where you can research family members who may have arrived there, or visit the beautiful Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
Does NOT include crown access.
Does NOT include optional locker rental cost ($2).
The last entrance into the monument are as follows:
January 1 to May 26 - 3:30pm (Grounds close at 4:20pm)
May 27 to September 4 - 5:00pm (Grounds close at 6:20pm)
September 5 to October 9 - 4:00pm (Grounds close at 5:20pm)
October 10 to December 31- 3:30pm (Grounds close at 4:30pm)
Christmas Eve, December 24 - 1:30pm (Grounds close at 2:30pm)
The visit to the Statue of Liberty requires 2 airport style security screenings that all guests must undergo. Please do not bring any alcohol, sharp objects (knives, scissors etc) or weapons of any kind. There is no opportunity to check-in restricted items and collect them at the end of the tour. They will be confiscated.
The National Park Service does not allow any backpacks, food or drinks (with the exception of water in plastic bottles) inside the Statue of Liberty. These items must be placed in a locker on Liberty Island before entrance. Lockers are provided by NPS for rental at a cost of $2.00 per locker. Locker rentals must be made in cash and are not included in the ticket price.