• Statue of Liberty N.M.

    Statue Of Liberty

    National Monument New York

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STATUE OF LIBERTY NATIONAL MONUMENT AND ELLIS ISLAND

Statue of Liberty National Monument is a national park within the National Park Service, an agency of the United States Department of the Interior. This park includes both Liberty Island, home to the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island.

HAVE A QUESTION?
E-Mail the park with your questions or comments.

GENERAL INFORMATION LINE
Answered weekdays 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. EST: (212) 363-3200.
Due to the high volume of calls, there may be a delay before you receive a response. For calls after hours and on weekends, please leave a message.

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Statue of Liberty National Monument
Attn: Superintendent
New York, New York 10004

FILM OR SPECIAL USE PERMITS
Questions? Please email us. See our permit page to learn how and when you need to apply for a permit.

NEWS AND MEDIA INQUIRIES
Please email us or call 917-299-3843.

DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING
Please utilize services of NJ/NY relay by calling 711.

 
FERRY TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS

When you purchase a ferry ticket, you purchase it from Statue Cruises, LLC. This company is the authorized ferry transportation concessioner for Statue of Liberty National Monument.

PHONE: To buy tickets, check availability of times and see ferry schedules, visit their website or call Statue Cruises at 877-LADY-TIX or 201-604-2800.

See our own Fees & Reservations page for information and helpful tips about visiting the Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island.

To contact the national park directly, please see below.

 
GIFT SHOP AND FOOD SERVICES

Evelyn Hill, Inc. is the authorized food and gift concessioner of the Statue of Liberty National Monument, National Park Service, Department of the Interior.

Dining service options and menus can be viewed on the Liberty Island Food Service page.

Phone Number: (212) 363-3180

Website: www.thestatueofliberty.com

Did You Know?

Statue of Liberty's feet and broken chains

Freedom is not standing still. A symbolic feature that people cannot see is the broken chain wrapped around the Statue's feet. Protruding from the bottom of her robe, the broken chains symbolize her free forward movement, enlightening the world with her torch free from oppression and servitude.