• North HillSide Photomerge

    Andersonville

    National Historic Site Georgia

Fees & Reservations

The park is always free!
Andersonville National Historic Site has no entrance fee. There are no fees for park interpretive programs or for entrance to the National Prisoner of War Museum.

Andersonville National Historic Site does not carry America the Beautiful Passes. You may acquire or purchase any of these passes at any National Park Service site that charges a fee.

 

Reservations and Special Tours
Organized groups of fifteen people or more requesting interpretive programs especially for their group must make reservations at least two weeks in advance. Please call the park for details.

 

Special Use Permits
The Special Use Permit authorizes activities that benefit an individual, group or organization, rather than the public at large: and that require written authorization and management control in order to protect park resources and the public interest.

Examples include: ceremonies, memorializations, commercial filming and/or photography, or special assemblies, require a special use permit be acquired in advance.
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Did You Know?

Headstone of Jacob Swarner in National Cemetery.  His brother, Adam, was the first prisoner to die at Andersonville

Adam Swarner, a young Cavalryman from New York State was the first prisoner to die at Andersonville. Five months later, his brother Jacob was buried in grave number 4,005 of the National Cemetery.