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NYC: Statue of Liberty and the Edge Hudson Yards Tickets

Enjoy handpicked combo tickets for the two most famous attractions of New York City, the Statue of Liberty and Edge, at just $59.

The Statue of Liberty is a globally recognized 151-foot-tall sculpture dedicated to Libertas, the Roman Goddess of Liberty.

The Edge NYC is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere, known for providing stunning views of the city’s skyline from 1200 feet.

Both attractions are located a few miles apart and are very popular among visitors. Separate tickets to these attractions cost between $30 and $40.

However, with the Statue of Liberty and the Edge combo tickets, you can visit them at half the price, saving an average of 15% ($23).

Plus, you can select your preferred date and time for the visit, get additional discounts for certain groups, and get free entry for kids.

So, make the most of your NYC trip by booking these combo tickets now!

Edge Combo Ticket Includes:

Edge NYC:

  • Admission to the Edge Observation Deck
  • Access to all spots, like skyline steps, glass floor and eastern point
  • Multimedia Experience
  • Free digital picture as a souvenir

Statue of Liberty:

  • Priority Entrance to Statue of Liberty Museum
  • A roundtrip ferry ride to Liberty Island and Ellis Island
  • Audio Guide 

Ticket Prices:

Statue of Liberty:

Visitor’s AgePrice
Adult (13 to 61 years)$26
Child (4 to 12 years)$15
Infant (up to 4 years)Free
Senior (62+ years)$21

Edge NYC:

Visitor’s AgePrice
Adult (12 to 61 years)$33
Child (6 to 11 years)$29
Infant (up to 6 years)Free
Senior (62+ years)$31

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Know Before You Go:

Kindly make sure to arrive on time for your selected timeslot at both attractions.

At Edge: You must show your Edge tickets at the main entrance on Level 4 at ‘The Shops & Restaurants’.

At the Statue of Liberty:
You must show your smartphone voucher at the Clinton Box Office #6 (will call) in Battery Park and exchange it for a paper ticket.

Due to higher crowds at the Statue of Liberty, the timeslot might be delayed.

Kindly note that if you take the last boat to the statue, you won’t have time to visit the two islands. 

So, make sure to select an earlier timeslot for the day.

Also, only service animals are allowed at the Edge NYC.

Cancellation Policy:

You can flexibly reschedule or cancel the tickets for the Edge NYC. However, rescheduling is not possible for the Statue of Liberty tickets.

How Far Apart are the Statue of Liberty and Edge NYC?

Statue of Liberty Address: New York, NY 10004, USA

Edge Hudson Yards Address: 30 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001, USA

The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, and the Edge is located on the 100th floor of the 30 Hudson Yards building in Hudson Yards.

Both attractions are located 4.3 miles (6.9 km) apart.

How to Get to Statue of Liberty from Edge NYC?

There are various transport options to reach the Statue of Liberty from the Edge: by bus, subway, car or taxi.

By Subway:

34 St- Penn Station
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  • Time taken: 20 minutes
  • Cost: $2 to $3

The cheapest way to get from the Edge to the Statue of Liberty is by taking a subway.

It will take 20 minutes to cover the distance and will cost you $2 to $3 (without the ferry). To do so:

You can take subway line E or 1, which is located a few steps from the Edge.

  1. Walk from the Edge NYC to the 34 St- Penn Station, which will take about 16 minutes to cover 0.6 miles.
  2. From the station, take Subway Line 1 towards South Ferry Station
  3. Get off there and walk to ‘The Battery’, where ferries to the statue are located.

From there, if you have booked in advance, you can easily find your ticketing partner and get the tickets to take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty.

By Car:

edge taxi
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Time taken: 15 minutes

NYC roads can be busy due to high traffic, especially at certain times of the day.

If you plan to take the car from the Edge to the Statue of Liberty, you can take the route via 11th Ave. and NY-9A S/West St. It is the shortest and fastest.

11th Ave. and NY-9A S/West St. are 4.3 miles long and will take 15 minutes, depending on the traffic conditions. To use it:

1. Follow NY-9A S/11th Ave/Hudson River Greenway.

2. Continue on NY-9A S towards Battery Pl. Take the NY-9A S exit from West St.

3. Continue on Battery Pl. 

4. Take State St. to Peter Minuit Plz. to reach the ferry place near the statue. 

Here’s some advice

  • Time taken: 15-20 minutes
  • Cost: $15 to $30

Taxis are readily available in NYC, and if you are short on time, the fastest way to get from Edge to the Statue of Liberty is by taking taxis.

Depending on the traffic conditions, they cost between $15 and $30 for the one-way journey and take 15 to 20 minutes.

Opening Hours of the Statue of Liberty and the Edge

Edge Hudson Yards:

DaysTimings
Monday to Thursday9 am to 10 pm
Friday to Sunday9 am to 12 am
Last admission50 minutes before closing

Statue of Liberty:

The Statue of Liberty is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

It is only accessible via ferries, so book your Statue of Liberty tickets in advance to ensure a visit.\

Note: The opening hours may vary depending on some unforeseen situations, so make sure to check the official websites before planning a visit.

About the Statue of Liberty and Edge Hudson Yards

About the Statue of Liberty and Edge Hudson Yards
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Edge Hudson Yards

Edge NYC is a popular Observation Deck and the city’s newest attraction, scaling a height of more than 1200 feet.

It is located on the 100th floor of the 30 Hudson Yards building and provides 360-degree views of the city’s skyline.

Besides stunning views, The Edge also offers adventurous activities like City Climb and Ice skating.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, officially known as Liberty Enlightening the World, is a huge sculpture and popular landmark in NYC.

The statue depicts the Roman goddess Libertas holding a torch high in her right hand, symbolizing enlightenment, and a tablet in her left hand inscribed with July 4, 1776.

It is the date of the independence declaration of America from Britain. The statue was given as a gift from France to the United States. 

FAQs

1. Can I see the Statue of Liberty from the edge?

Yes, you can enjoy a distant view of the Statue of Liberty from the Edge NYC, especially on clear days.

2. How much can I save with the combo ticket compared to individual tickets?

You can save 15% or $25 on average with the combo ticket compared to purchasing separate tickets for the Statue of Liberty and Edge NYC.

3. What does the combo ticket include?

The Statue of Liberty and Edge combo tickets include admission to the Edge Observation Deck and priority entrance to the Statue of Liberty Museum, with a roundtrip ferry ride to Liberty Island and Ellis Island.

4. How do I collect my tickets for both attractions?

You can show your Edge tickets at the main entrance on Level 4 at ‘The Shops & Restaurants’ for Edge NYC and show your smartphone voucher at the Clinton box office #6 (will call) in Battery Park for the Statue of Liberty.

5. Can I reschedule or cancel my tickets?

You can flexibly reschedule or cancel the tickets for the Edge NYC, but rescheduling is not possible for the Statue of Liberty tickets.

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