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.
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GENERAL INFORMATION LINE
Answered weekdays 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. EST: (212) 363-3200.
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Statue of Liberty National Monument
New York, NY 10004
LOST AND FOUND
Statue of Liberty: (646) 356-2403
Ellis Island: (646) 356-2133
or email us.
FILM & 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 646-356-2105.
DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING
Please utilize services of NJ/NY relay by calling 711.
PARK PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
Partner, or cooperative associations, help national parks fulfil their mission in many ways, including fundraising and volunteer work. This national park is lucky to have two partner organizations.
- The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation was founded in 1982 to organize the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Call (212) 561-4500 or email them.
- The mission of Save Ellis Island is to raise the funds necessary to restore and beneficially re-use thirty unrestored buildings on Ellis Island. Call (973) 383-1080 or email them.