How Much Does It Cost to Go Inside the Statue of Liberty?


The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island off the coast of New Jersey in New York Harbor. Your visit will be more enjoyable if you know the facts pertaining to a visit and plan ahead.

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The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was a gift of friendship from France that was dedicated on Oct. 28, 1886.

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It is free to enter the Statue of Liberty. However, you must access it via the Ellis Island Ferry, which has a fee of $12 for visitors ages 13 and up. It’s $10 if you’re over 62 and $5 for children ages 4 through 12. You must choose whether you want to depart from Liberty State Park in New Jersey or Battery Park in New York.

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It is necessary to have a monument ticket to enter any of the statue’s levels. You can reserve a ticket by calling 1-877-LADY-TIX or by visiting

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If you plan to visit the crown, you will need to reserve a separate ticket. Be prepared to climb 354 steps, which is the only way to access the crown. You may not take any bottles, bags or any other items into the crown other than a camera or a cell phone that acts as a camera.

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Visitors will have to pass a security check before boarding the ferry and entering the statue. The lines at these areas can occasionally be long, so be sure to plan accordingly.

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Visitors to the Statue of Liberty are most numerous between June and September. Liberty Island is closed Dec. 25th for Christmas. For current hours of operation, call the park’s information line at (212) 363-3200.

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