Book your tickets
In order to visit the Statue of Liberty’s crown, you need to reserve your tickets months in advance from the National Park Service’s official website. The price of the ticket is about $3 as of now. There are countless people looking to visit the crown of the Statue of Liberty, which is the reason why you can only buy four tickets at a time and cannot make more than one reservation in six months. At the time of reserving the tickets, you have to give the details of everyone accompanying you.
Collection of tickets
When you come to the Statue of Liberty, you should bring along a photo ID and the credit card which was used to buy the tickets. Tickets can be collected from the Liberty State Park embarkation site of the Castle Clinton in Manhattan. Except for the person who bought the tickets, no one will be able to collect them. Remember, you will not be able to use the tickets after the booked time or date.
You may have to wait for more than an hour and a half for the ferry. Therefore, if your budget allows you, reserve a cruise from Statue Cruises. It will help you avoid long lines.
Consult your doctor before climbing up
Before you visit the Statue of Liberty, you must consult your doctor and seek his advice about climbing up. People, who are suffering from mobility impairments, claustrophobia, acrophobia, vertigo or any kind of heart or respiratory diseases, should avoid climbing up to the crown of the Statue of Liberty.