SKIP-THE-LINE fast track Tickets to Statue of Liberty
Pedestal, Reserve Access allows fast-track, pedestal visit
Access to Statue of Liberty Museum and Immigration Museum
Entry Ticket to Ellis Island
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Priority Ferry Ticket to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Entry to Pedestal and New Museum at Liberty Island
Entry to the Immigration Museum at Ellis Island
Live tour commentary provided in English during Battery Park walking tour only
Audio-tour available in Spanish Chinese English French German Italian Japanese Arabic and Russian
Crown Access at the Statue of Liberty
Know Before You Book
Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time. Tour leaves punctual at start time.
You must be able to walk up to 2 miles (3.2 km). Wear Comfortable shoes.
You must make your own way to the meeting point at 24 State Street located in Lower Manhattan.
What you can expect
Skip-the-Line and board the Statue of Liberty Ferry via the Reserve Fast Track, bypassing the flex line as a part of this Expedia Exclusive deal. Enjoy a memorable fully guided tour of the Statue of Liberty during your visit, with the options of an upgrade for the Pedestal Reserve Access ticket.
Meet your guide in Battery Park, at the southern tip of Manhattan and follow past the flex line, straight thru the reserve fast track to security check-in. Take one of the first ferries to Liberty Island on this 2-hour early access tour of the Statue of Liberty. On arrival to Liberty Island visit the all new pedestal Museum with interactive exhibits. Get the chance of a life time to see the Statue’s original torch. Take photos with the copper model of the Statue's face and play with an interactive exhibit.
For the full experience upgrade to a usually sold out Pedestal Access Ticket, this ticket allows access to the Statue's Pedestal observation deck of the “Lady Liberty” for a panoramic view of New York Harbour and priority access when boarding the ferry in Battery Park.
End your visit on Liberty Island where you can return to battery park, or continue to the land where millions of immigrants travelled through, Ellis Island. Walk around the historic grounds, explore the Immigration Museum at your leisure. Feel free to grab lunch or spend some more time before heading back to the city on your own.