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Multi-Attraction Passes

A variety of multi-attraction plans give you flexibility and great savings, plus some have line-skipping privileges to save valuable time.

Explorer Pass - ( You can choose 3, 5, 7 or 10 top attractions to visit. Cardholders have 30 days to use the pass after visiting the first attraction. Attraction choices include Empire State Building Observatory, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Top of the Rock Observation, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex, NBC Studio Tour, movie tours, cruises, and more. Included with the card are shopping, dining, and many additional attraction discounts.

CityPass – ( Gets you into 6 New York attractions within 9 days of first use for a greatly reduced rate. The attractions are the American Museum of Natural History; Guggenheim Museum; Museum of Modern Art; Empire State Building Observatory; The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters; and the option between a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise OR the ferry to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. $79 adult, $59 youth aged 6–17 (save from combined regular admission of $140 adults and $101 youth).

New York Pass - ( ). Access to over 50 top attractions with line skipping privileges. Passes are available for 1 day ($75 adult, $55 child), 2 days ($110 adult, $90 child), 3 days ($140 adult, $120 child) or 7 days ($180 adult, $140 child). You can visit as many attractions as you want during the time period - the more attractions you visit, the more you save. Includes a free 140 page guide book.

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Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty National Monument
Liberty Island
New York,NY 10004
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Phone: (212) 363-3200

( The ferry ($19) leaves every 25 minutes from Battery Park and stops at Liberty Island and Ellis Island ( You must (in advance) reserve a time to enter the museum at the base of the statue, and then undergo cumbersome security procedures to enter the museum in the statue's pedestal. The Immigration Museum at Ellis Island is worth a visit, and it is FREE.

Tour Tips: Ferries leave daily every 30 to 45 minutes from 9am to 3:30pm, with more frequent departures in the morning and extended hours in the summer. Try to go early on a weekday to avoid the crowds that come in the afternoon, on weekends, and on holidays. A stop at Ellis Island is included in the fare, but if you catch the last ferry, you can only visit the Statue or Ellis Island, not both.