Can Statue of Liberty tickets be refunded?
There are no refunds or changes on Statue tickets, unless times are not available.
Can we reschedule Statue of Liberty tickets?
Your ticket is only good for the specific time and date printed on the ticket. If you are unable to make your trip, you may cancel or reschedule (based on availability) if you call at least 24 hours in advance (201) 432-6321.
Are Hornblower tickets refundable?
Tickets for ALL Hornblower Boat Cruises are NON Refundable.
What if I miss my ferry to Statue of Liberty?
Once on the islands, the schedule is posted on a bulletin board at the ferry dock. Depending on which way you are going, if you just missed a boat, you have a 20 to 40 minute wait for the next one. The New York ferry runs from Battery Park to Liberty Island to Ellis Island and back to Battery Park.
Is pedestal access to Statue of Liberty worth it?
1. Re: Is the Statue of Liberty Pedestal access worth it? Pedestal access gets you into the museum in the pedestal. Yes, it’s absolutely worth it.
Is the Statue of Liberty open when it rains?
The weather can’t be controlled, but you do have Pedestal access.
How much does Hornblower cost?
Instructions for fulfillment San Diego Two Hour Harbor Cruise and Sea Lion Adventure
|Gate price||Your price|
|Adult (ages 13+)||$35.00||$25.50|
|Child (ages 4-12)||$17.50||$17.50|
Can tourists go inside the Statue of Liberty?
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. But the legacy of this explosion is deeper than just relegating tourists to Lady Liberty’s crown.
Does the Statue of Liberty close for rain?
First off, I couldn’t get Crown tickets due to short planning but I was able to experience everything else on the island. The day we went to the Statue is was a complete downpour and we weren’t even sure they would take us to the island. They took us no problem, saying it rarely closes for weather.
Why is Statue of Liberty closed?
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not closed off because of structural damage caused by years of wear and tear — it’s thanks to an act of sabotage by Germany on July 30, 1916, during World War I, according to the National Park Service (NPS).