Are there bathrooms at the Statue of Liberty?

Are there bathrooms at the Statue of Liberty?

Restrooms are located throughout the monument and near all food and beverage outlets. There is also a first aid station on the east side of the base with restrooms.

Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation: How to get to the Statue of Liberty from New York City

By train: The statue is reachable by ferry from Manhattan; see below. By bus: Buses run from various locations in New Jersey and Connecticut; see below for details. A free shuttle runs between the two sites during peak hours only. No buses or trains run after dusk.

The best way to see the statue is by taking the Liberty State Park Ferry from Battery Park next to Lower Manhattan to Liberty Island (see below). The one-way fare is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and children under 16, and free for children under 5. The ferry runs daily from 10:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., except on Christmas Day when it closes at 8:30 a.m. and resumes running on January 1st at 11:00 a.m.

Are there bathrooms in Carlsbad Cavern?

Restrooms and drinking fountains are located just outside the tourist center. The cavern has bathrooms, but only at the bottom of the Underground Lunchroom. You can't reach most of the sights by foot from the parking lot.

There is a free bus that runs between the visitor center and the cave entrance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The bus is very easy to find; it's the only one on the road with no stops outside the visitor center. Get tickets ahead of time if you want to ride back later (there is only room for 40 people at a time).

The bus leaves regularly from the center; check the schedule before you go underground. There is also a taxi service at the visitor center that will take you to any point within 10 miles for $10 per person. It's best to make a reservation by phone or through your hotel front desk; they'll know how long you plan to be away.

If you prefer to walk, the bus stop is only a few minutes' drive from the caves entrance off Highway 4. Walking tours leave frequently during daylight hours; check with the visitors center for schedules. They range from 30-minute to all-day trips; some include visits to other natural features such as springs and waterfalls while others focus solely on the cave system.

Is there a bathroom at Bonaventure Cemetery?

There are also two public facilities, one in a separate structure near the soda machine by the parking area inside the Jewish gate and the other near the Grave Locator outside the Visitors Center.

Bathrooms at Bonaventure Cemetery are free of charge.

Bonaventure Cemetery is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; visitors should call first to make sure the cemetery is open on a given day before traveling here from outside the city. The cemetery is located in Northern California near San Francisco. It is one mile south of Interstate 280 on Bonaventure Boulevard. Visit for more information. Bonaventure is part of the Catholic Diocese of Oakland.

Are there bathrooms at Devil's Tower?

Area for Picnics There are bathrooms and a drinking fountain available. You can also bring your own food and drink.

Drinking water is supplied on the grounds of the national monument by two fountains. One is located near the visitors center and the other is near the northern loop road. The drinking fountain near the visitors center has the option of hot or cold water. The one near the road only has the option of cold water.

You can also buy bottled water in the gift shop. Be aware that the price increases as you go up the tower.

There are no bathroom facilities at Devils Tower National Monument. All visitors must use the facilities at the visitors center to relieve themselves. Please do so responsibly!

The visitor center offers free showers with soap, towels, and toilets. These can be requested by calling (308) 634-2646 during business hours. Shower trailers are also provided for those who prefer privacy.

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