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Fort Necessity National Battlefield

ENTRANCE FEES

Individual

Fees
$3 - 7 Days

Details
Children 16 and under admitted free


School Groups

Details
Entrance fees can be waived for groups on an educational visit. Schools and educational groups should schedule in advance and request a fee waiver form. Mid April through early June often fill early. Group size is limited. Additonal fees apply for certain activities -- see below.

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ACTIVITY FEES

Costumed Interpretation for School Groups

Fees
$2/student - Day

Details
Requests for a costumed program at the fort area require the payment of an interpretive fee ($2 per each student). One teacher or chaperone will be admitted without charge for each 10 students in the group. Additional chaperones will pay the $3 entrance fee only. In addition to stopping at the visitor center and Tavern the group will have a costumed park employee present an educational program at the fort area. Payment is required in full on day of visit. Program is available mid-April through mid-June with advance reservation required.

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Off-site Programs

Fees
$Variable - Day

Details
Park Rangers/Costumed interpreters are available for programs at your site. A nominal fee is charged to cover expenses. Call 724-329-5811 for more information.


On-site Programs for Groups

Fees
$2/person - Day

Details
Special interpretive programs can be arranged for groups in the meadow, Mount Washington Tavern, Braddock's Grave and/or Jumonville Glen. Subject to availability. Call 724-329-5811 for more information.


LOCAL PASSPORT

SW Pennsylvania park pass

Fees
$15 - 12 Months

Details
Allows entry to Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Johnstown Flood National Memorial, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site for bearer and spouse and children.


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