How much does it cost to go in the Statue of Liberty crown?
TICKET OPTIONS AND FEES
|Option||Children Under 4||Senior 62+|
|PEDESTAL ACCESS: *||$0||$18.30|
|CROWN ACCESS: **||Restricted||$18.30|
Can you go to the crown of Statue of Liberty?
Climbing to the Crown? Crown access is limited due to safety and accessibility requirements and is reservation-based through the Statue City Cruises ticketing process. Depending on the time of year, reservations need to be acquired between four (4) to six (6) months in advance. Access to the crown is by stairs only.
Is it worth it to go to the crown of the Statue of Liberty?
It’s worth the visit but you have to be fit to climb up those 315 steps, in a tiny staircase at the end. Just be aware of the security: they do not allow you to take anything with you except your tickets and your camera, if you go to the crown.
How long does the Statue of Liberty crown tour take?
Most visitors take five to six hours to explore the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island and the Immigration Museum on Ellis Island, including the ferries both ways. If you see the Statue of Liberty and board the return ferry, you will need around two to three hours for the tour.
Why can’t you go up to the torch on the Statue of Liberty?
Visitors have not been allowed inside the torch for over a century after a massive explosion. The National Park Service’s Statue of Liberty website cites the Black Tom explosion as the reason the torch is closed off, though it is unclear why, a century later, guests are still not allowed inside.
Why can’t you go in the crown of the Statue of Liberty?
Can you bring water to the Statue of Liberty?
Those with reservations to the pedestal, the stone base that the Statue of Liberty sits on top of, must secure the following items in a locker: ALL FOOD & DRINKS (except water in a clear plastic bottle)
How hard is it to climb to the crown of the Statue of Liberty?
The climb to the crown is a strenuous journey that encompasses 393 steps or approximately the height of a 27-story building, in an enclosed area with high temperatures in the summer. All crown visitors must be able to climb up and down the 393 steps unassisted.