One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty Combo Ticket

With New York in your itinerary, the One World Observatory and the Statue of Liberty are the two must-visit places.

These iconic sites in the city take you on a historical ride and stand out by their uniqueness.

What can be better if you get a combination ticket that lets you visit both sites with just one ticket?

The One World Observatory is a 100-storied observatory on one of the highest skyscrapers. 

Enjoy uninterrupted views of the Financial District, the World Trade Center and the Lady Liberty. 

After enjoying views from afar, take a cruise and visit the Statue of Liberty up close. 

The Statue of Liberty was built on Ellis Island as an emblem of France’s cordial relationship with America and the end of colonial rule and slavery.

The magnificent design of each part of the Liberty Lady – the crown, the tablet, the broken shackle and the chains- denotes America’s free future and enhancement.

With the combo ticket of the two most historical sites, make the most of your trip to New York.

Highlights of One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty Combo Tickets

  • Priority admission to the One World Observatory
  • Priority access to Skypod elevators
  • Priority Exit from the Observatory level of One World Observatory
  • Get access to One World Explorer – the virtual guide to iPad
  • Additional $5 to eat, drink and shop
  • 60-minute sightseeing cruise on a three-level paddle boat
  • Views of well-known city sights like the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline
  • Photo opportunities within 100 feet of the Statue of Liberty
  • Free WiFi
  • Multilingual audio tour with downloadable app

One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty Combo Ticket Price

The One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty combo tickets cost $84 for visitors between 13 and 64 years. 

Senior citizens (65+ years) and children (6 to 12 years) pay $80 and $71 respectively. 

Kids below five years old get free admission to both attractions. 

Age GroupPrice
Adult ticket (13 to 64 years)$84
Senior citizen ticket (65+ years)$80
Child ticket (6 to 12 years)$71
Infant ticket (up to 5 years) Free

Why Purchase the One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty Combination Ticket

Statue of Liberty + one world observatory
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There are several advantages to purchasing combo tickets for the One World Observatory and the Statue of Liberty. 

These renowned New York locations attract many tourists, leading to increased demand and crowds. 

During the busiest months of the year, obtaining tickets for the observatories can be challenging. 

However, opting for a combination ticket provides access to a specific desired spot without the hassle of planning schedules and purchasing tickets separately.

By purchasing the tickets as a combo, you enjoy the economic benefit of a 5% discount. 

The One World Observatory all-inclusive entry ticket costs $54 for adults (13 to 64 years), $52 for seniors (65+ years) and $46 for youths (6 to 12 years). 

When purchased with the Statue of Liberty tickets as a combo, the per-head price for adults is $51, for seniors is $49, and $43 for youth.

Similarly, the Statue of Liberty tickets for adults (12 to 65 years) are $35, for seniors (66+ years) $33, and for children (2 to 11 years), they are $30.

When the ticket is purchased in combination with One World Observatory, the cost reduces to $33 for adults, $31 for seniors and $28 for children.

A single combo ticket for both observation decks proves to be a time-saving solution. Additionally, combo tickets assure single-entry tickets that may sell out quickly.

You can choose whether to visit the decks on the same day or two different days based on their date flexibility. 

The experience is diverse – one offers stunning views from an observatory deck over 1000 feet above the ground, while the other provides a water activity to one of the world-famous emblems of freedom and hope.

This exclusive deal is not available at ticket counters, so ensure you purchase these tickets online using your preferred payment method.

Visitors Information

We’ve included a few essential details in this area to help you organize your trip:

One World Observatory Hours

The One World Observatory is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm.

It takes about 45 minutes to 1-hour to complete your visit here.

Statue of Liberty Hours

Statue of Liberty opening hours are from 9.30 am to 5 pm daily.

On New Year’s Day and Independence Day (4 July), it opens at 9 am.

How to get from the Statue of Liberty to One World Observatory:

One World Observatory is located at One World Trade Center, 117 West St, New York 10007, at the corner of West and Vesey Streets in Lower Manhattan.

The Statue of Liberty is at Ellis Islands, New York, NY 10004.

There are ferry services that run regularly from the mainland of New York to Ellis Island and go around the Statue of Liberty for the stunning view of the structure and the mainland views.

FAQs About One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty Combo Tickets

1. Can I visit One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty with one ticket?

You can visit the landmark attractions with such historical significance in New York with a single ticket.

2. How do you reach the Statue of Liberty from One World Observatory with the combo tickets?

Taking a ferry is the only way to reach the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Museum in Ellis Island.

Check out the Statue of Liberty ferry schedule before booking your tickets.

3. What is the rescheduling policy if I change dates or times for my One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty combo tickets?

You cannot reschedule your One World Observatory and Statue of Liberty tickets.

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