Get up close and explore both on this tour. One of the best Ellis Island tours in New York.

Take the Secrets of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island – Walking Tour with your New York Explorer pass

  • Pay nothing at the gate – simply scan your digital pass
  • Enjoy a guided walk around Liberty Island, where the Statue of Liberty is, and Ellis Island
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more attractions in New York, so don't forget to check them out

The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are two of New York's most significant historic landmarks, each symbolizing American freedom and opportunity.

Hours of Operation

January and February: Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 9:30AM (arrive by 9:15AM).
March-December: Daily at 9:30AM (arrive by 9:15AM).

Closings & Holidays

Public holidays including Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.

Know before you go

Reservations are required for the Secrets of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - Walking Tour.

Reservation instructions: Once you've purchased your pass, visit www.insideouttours.com and select the Secrets of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island: Walking Tour. Then click on BOOK NOW. Select the date and time of your desired tour. Once you have selected a date and time, you will fill in your name and New York Explorer Pass number. Pass numbers are located near the QR code on your pass. If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please email [email protected]

Secrets of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - Walking Tour

Getting there

Secrets of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - Walking Tour

US, NY, New York, 10004, Meeting Location: Castle Clinton in Battery Park

Address

Meeting Location: Castle Clinton in Battery Park
New York, NY 10004
United States

Closest Subway Stop

4 or 5 trains to Bowling Green; 1 train to Rector Street or South Ferry; R (& W on weekdays) trains to Whitehall Street; J or Z trains to Broad Street; 2 or 3 trains to Wall Street.