Take advantage of your trip to New York to visit the Statue of Liberty and its pedestal in the company of an expert guide.
A gift from France to the United States, the Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World) is one of New York's key attractions. Before you head out in the company of a friendly and expert guide to visit this iconic monument, you’ll first be visiting Battery Park and some of its most famous buildings, including Castle Clinton and Pier A Harbor House.
You’ll then board a ferry that will take you out to Liberty Island where superb panoramic views of New York's skyscraper-studded skyline awaits you. Once on the island, you’ll visit the fascinating Statue of Liberty Museum, a cultural center that retraces the different phases of the monument's construction and which displays many objects used in its building.
After visiting the museum, it's on to see the monument’s famous pedestal! You will need to climb some 215 steps though! Don’t worry, your efforts will be richly rewarded by breathtaking views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan.
The guided part of your tour ends here on Liberty Island, but you can still take a ferry to Ellis Island at no extra charge and visit the no-less famous Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. At this juncture, you can also opt to return directly to Battery Park without visiting Ellis Island.
Head to the meeting point in Battery Park
Wheelchair users may access the pedestal via an elevator
Allow 3 hours to complete the tour
Maximum group size: 20 people
All ticket sales are definitive and unfortunately no refunds can be given