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Yes! It's not for public use but there is a very small elevator!
2. The walls of the fort, more than 20-feet thick at the base, are pierced by a corridor of brick vault-work which opens into the passageway leading to the stairway and to the elevator within the pedestal foundation.
A small fee is charged adults for use of the elevator which goes to the balcony level, near the top of the stonework, a height equal to that of a 10-story building.
In the corridor beyond the elevator shaft several interpretive wall plaques are mounted.
My mistake, I'm regrading my answer.
There is no elevator in the Statue of Liberty, rather there is a set of circular single-file stairs (limited by the available space) inside the metallic statue, about 30 people at a time can fit up into her crown for sight-seeing purposes.
In 1988 I took a trip to the Statue of Liberty and there was no elevator to the Crown. Sorry, I think your recollection is faulty.
No,the statue of liberty has no elevator,just 162 steps of stairs !!!!!!!