Travel from Philadelphia to Statue-of-Liberty

How to get from Philadelphia to Statue of Liberty?

There is no direct connection from Philadelphia to Statue of Liberty. However, you can take the train to Newark, take the train to Exchange Place, take the walk to Liberty State Park, NJ, take the ferry to Liberty Island, then take the walk to Statue of Liberty. Alternatively, you can take the bus to 28 St, take the line 1 subway to South Ferry, take the walk to Battery Park, take the ferry to Liberty Island, then take the walk to Statue of Liberty.

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How to get from Philadelphia to Statue of Liberty

From Philadelphia 30th Street Station Amtrak train to Newark, train to Exchange Place, walk to Liberty State Park, NJ, ferry to Liberty Island, then walk to Statue of Liberty. 2 h 6 min $187. From Market St & 6th St bus to 28 St, line 1 subway to South Ferry, walk to Battery Park, ferry to Liberty Island, then walk to Statue of Liberty. 3 h 18 min $37. From Philadelphia bus to New York - 133 E. Broadway, walk to Canal St, subway to Fulton St, walk to World Trade Center, train to Exchange Place, walk to Liberty State Park, NJ, ferry to Liberty Island, then walk to Statue of Liberty. 3 h 19 min $35. From Suburban Station train to Philadelphia airport, fly to New York JFK airport, train to Jamaica, train to Atlantic Av - Barclays Ctr, line 4 subway to Battery Park, ferry to Liberty Island, then walk to Statue of Liberty. 3 h 42 min $300. From Suburban Station train to Philadelphia airport, fly to New York La Guardia airport, bus to Jackson Hts - Roosevelt Av, subway to Whitehall St, walk to Battery Park, ferry to Liberty Island, then walk to Statue of Liberty. 4 h 22 min $246.