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There is 1 way to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty by subway or ferry

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Line 4 subway, ferry  •  49m

  1. Take the line 4 subway from Grand Central - 42 St to Bowling Green 4 / ...
  2. Take the ferry from Battery Park to Liberty Island

$22

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The cheapest way to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty is to line 4 subway and ferry which costs $22 and takes 49m.

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The quickest way to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty is to line 4 subway and ferry which costs $22 and takes 49m.

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The distance between Grand Central Terminal and Statue of Liberty is 6 miles.

The best way to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty without a car is to line 4 subway and ferry which takes 49m and costs $22.

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It takes approximately 49m to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty, including transfers.

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There are 2046+ hotels available in Statue of Liberty. Prices start at $98 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty.
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  • Distance: 5.6 miles
  • Duration: 49m

What companies run services between Grand Central Terminal, NY, USA and Statue of Liberty, NY, USA?

There is no direct connection from Grand Central Terminal to Statue of Liberty. However, you can take the line 4 subway to Bowling Green, take the walk to Battery Park, take the ferry to Liberty Island, then take the walk to Statue of Liberty.

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