Last updated: February 3, 2018
1. Prepare For Your Day
Bringing a class to the Statue of Liberty National Monument can be a fun, memorable and educational experience! While there is no formal ranger-led school programming offered at Liberty Island, resources are available below for self-guided tours, Lesson Plans and Junior Ranger programs. Audio Tours and public Ranger Tours are available, as well, with purchase of your admission ticket.
2. Book Your Field Trip
Although the Statue of Liberty National Monument does not charge an entrance fee, there is a fee for the ferry transportation to the island. For more information, visit Ticketing Information: School Groups. Once you're ready, you can Purchase Group Tickets (through Statue Cruises).
3. Other Helpful Information for School Groups
Before coming to Liberty Island, check out the following links to help in planning your groups visit. You can check the Weather, Ferry Schedule, Directions and information on Security Screenings. There are also Sample Schedules to get an idea of how long your visit will last. The National Park Service requires that there be one adult chaperone (age 21 or older) for every 10 students in your group. Chaperones are to remain with their group at ALL TIMES.