Fees & Reservations
Ferry transportation to Liberty Island is provided by Statue Cruises. All other vessels are prohibited from docking.
All visits to the Statue of Liberty require a ferry ticket. The National Park Service recommends purchasing tickets prior to the day of your visit using the options below.
* Crown fee is in addition to the ferry fee. Reservations are required. Pedestal access is included.
** There is no extra fee for pedestal access. Reservations are recommended.
Crown and pedestal access reservations are subject to availability.
NATIONAL PARK PASS PROGRAM
National Park Passes and Federal Recreation Lands Passes apply only to entrance fees. Passes do not apply to transportation to this site. The Statue of Liberty National Monument does not charge an entrance fee.
Did You Know?
The Statue's original torch was the first part constructed in 1876. In 1984 it was replaced by a new copper torch covered in 24K gold leaf which is lighted by floodlight at night. The original torch is currently located in the lobby of the monument. Access to the torch has been closed since 1916.