Statue of Liberty

This colossal copper statue, nicknamed “Lady Liberty,” resides on Liberty Island in New York Harbor and is one of the most visited attractions in NYC.

The Statue of Liberty is so much more than just another New York City monument. Since her installation in 1886, "Lady Liberty" has become a symbol of freedom and democracy to millions of people around the world. The Statue of Liberty exhibit is located on the second floor in the pedestal of the statue and traces the history and symbolism of iconic monument through museum objects, photographs, prints, videos and oral histories.

The only way to reach the Statue of Liberty is by boat, but you can ride Citi Bike to pick up the Statue Cruises ferry, which leaves from Battery Park. It's a short walk to the ferry dock from the Little West St & 1st Place station or the Bus Slip & State St station.

Get there by Citi Bike

To find the closest Citi Bike station to your starting location, please use our station map. Head to your chosen station and use your bike key or pre-purchased ride pass to begin. If you need to get a pass, use the Citi Bike app or kiosk and follow the on-screen prompts to complete your purchase.

There are several Citi Bike stations located near Battery Park, these include:

  • Little West St & 1 Pl
  • Bus Slip & State St
  • Water - Whitehall Plaza
  • South St & Whitehall St
  • Broadway & Battery Pl
  • Broad St & Bridge St

Check the Citi Bike map for other nearby stations.

Remember, the first 30 minutes of each ride on a classic bike are included in the price of a single ride, day pass and 3-day pass. If you're an annual member, the first 45 minutes of each ride on a classic bike are included. For more information about Citi Bike pricing and pass options, please head here.

We recommend combining your visit to the Statue of Liberty with a visit to the South Street Seaport.