Use the official app from the National Park Service to find detailed information about visitor centers, important sites, places to stay and eat, and shopping and services throughout the park. Learn about historic places and natural features. This app offers detailed photos, in-depth descriptions of the exhibits, and ticket and ferry information.
Map - Use the detailed park map to find sites, get directions and locate services. Download the content and map before you arrive to use the app everywhere.
Save Favorites - Build an itinerary by saving your favorite sites and events. You can even get alerts when you're nearby a saved site.
Calendar - Get up-to-date information from the National Park Service about what is happening at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, including ranger talks and activities.
Tours - Discover rich natural and cultural resources with self-guided walking tours.
Accessibility - This app includes up-to-date accessibility information for facilities in the park, audio-described sites, and alternative text for images.
About The Park.
"The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World" was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886. It was designated as a National Monument in 1924. Employees of the National Park Service have been caring for the colossal copper statue since 1933.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Enjoy the completely redesigned official National Park Service app for Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. **Download the content and map before you arrive and use the guide everywhere.
Ratings and Reviews
App won’t load crashes constantly
I would love to use this app but it crashes my phone every single time I try to open it and it never loads!
Might work, but not for most people
So the developers chose for some reason to not include the offline content you need to use the app on the island (bad/no cell data connectivity). When you open it, it asks if you want to download the content, but if you don't do that until you're on the island, you're screwed. And who is going to do that, really?? It can't be that much data, and it's not like they pay for it, that's Apple's problem. Dumb design, though I'm sure there's some reason they did it. Maybe trying to cut down data usage at the ticket area, where a lot of people probably download the app (like me)? Anyway, it didn't crash on me like others said, but it was next to useless. Anyway, the free audio tour on the island is much better.
Not very helpful
I downloaded the app and downloaded the info as suggested prior to my visit. Once there, I saw that it is not really a guide, rather just some maps, which you don’t need.
The audio tour is free and very good. Just pick one up at each island.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.