A visitor in a wheelchair is moving down a ramp towards the photographer.

Physical Mobility on Liberty Island

Important information on physical mobility for a safe and enjoyable visit to the Statue of Liberty National Monument.

A visitor watching the informational video on the Statue of Liberty with open captions.

Deafness or Hearing Loss

Learn about deafness or hearing loss accessibility including our open-captioned film and literature options.

A hand touching a metal model of the Statue of Liberty.

Blindness or Low Vision

We have a variety of options to ensure our visitors have a meaningful visit!

A mother and child build the Statue of Liberty with Popsicle sticks and play dough.

Cognitive Disabilities

You can learn all new and different ways to understand why the Statue of Liberty is important! Check it out!

A visitor looking at the reproduction copper face of the Statue of Liberty in the museum.

Service Animals

Getting around the park with your service animal safely.


Contact Us!

The Statue of Liberty National Monument is a 14-acre island park located in the Upper Bay of New York Harbor. The National Park Service aims to ensure all park facilities are accessible for our visitors. For all accessible information inquiries, please feel free to contact us here.

New Construction Projects

As of August 2017, there are several major construction projects including the erection of a brand new museum taking place on the island. We apologize for any inconvenience as we strive to update Liberty Island. Learn about our upcoming new museum!

New York Harbor Tidal Charts

When planning your trip to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, check the daily harbor tides for easier boarding onto the ferry. Daily tidal chart for New York Harbor.

Last updated: September 20, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Liberty Island
New York, NY 10004


(212) 363-3200

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