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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour

Highlights
  • Includes round-trip ferry ride from Lower Manhattan with priority boarding
  • Visit the iconic Statue of Liberty and its pedestal observation deck
  • Relive US immigration history at the statue’s museum and on Ellis Island
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Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour
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12:30 p.m. Statue Pedestal
3 Hr Statue of Liberty Liberty w/ Live Guide & Pedestal Entry. Includes optional self guided tour of Ellis Island - No Live Guide. No VIP Headset. Lines may be longer for afternoon tour.
US$47.00
9:15am
This is a guided tour of both The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. Includes guaranteed entry inside the statue pedestal and a VIP headset to hear your guide speaking live.
US$55.00
8:30am
This is a guided tour of both The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. Includes guaranteed entry inside the statue pedestal and a VIP headset to hear your guide speaking live.
US$55.00
Overview

Follow in the footsteps of New York’s early immigrants and discover the beacon of liberty herself on this half-day tour of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Enjoy priority boarding onto the ferry from Lower Manhattan—no waiting in line. This tour also includes guaranteed Statue of Liberty Museum and observation deck admission, audio headsets to make your guide’s stories crystal clear, and entry to Ellis Island’s historical facilities.

What to Expect

In the morning, head to Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, where you board a ferry. Skip the line with priority boarding, then take in the cinematic views of New York Harbor en route to your first stop: Liberty Island.

Venture into the Statue of Liberty Museum, where audio headsets make it easy to hear your guide’s commentary. Ascend to the observation deck in the statue’s pedestal, from where you get 360-degree views and sweeping photos of New York’s skyline.

Board another ferry bound for neighboring Ellis Island, which housed New York’s primary immigrant processing facilities from 1892 to 1954. Learn about the millions of people from around the world who passed through this gateway to the United States, and tour its well-preserved facilities with your guide.

The tour ends when you board a ferry back to Battery Park, though you can choose to linger at Ellis Island’s Immigration Museum or see more of its sights before returning.

Write a ReviewReviews (17)

1 - 5 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Best tour ever...

Matt, our guide, made this the best tour I have EVER had! He was funny. He was straight-forward but kind. He was inspiring. He knew his his audience and the info of the things we saw. Two different times, once at the Statue of Liberty...More

Thank Bettybh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Secrets of Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

As luck would have it our family had a private tour. We had Kevin as our guide and he was amazing! We learned so much more than we would have just wandering around on our own. He was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed his sense...More

Thank JLI31
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Derek did a great job

Highly recommend. Only difficulty was finding the meeting spot. Once that was done Derek did great job.

1  Thank Mike D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Awesome Tour thanks to Jim

My son and I had an awesome tour with Jim as our tour guide. He was full of so much knowledge of both the statue and Ellis Island. We loved this tour!

Thank Debbie D
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile
Awesome!

Owen, our tour guide, was AMAZING! He was informative and entertaining! Very thorough with giving information! Answered questions with a smile! I'd recommend this everyone!

Thank Jodi B
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Response from Stephan H | Reviewed this property |
I think our tour started approx. 9.30am and ended about 2.30pm.
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