• The village of Appomattox Court House from the west, the McLean House is on the right.

    Appomattox Court House

    National Historical Park Virginia

Fees & Reservations

Fees
Winter Fees: $3 per person with a $5 maximum per private passenger vehicle
Summer Fees: $4 per person with a $10 maximum per private passenger vehicle

Commercial Bus Tours: must be scheduled in advance, and have the option of paying the individual seasonal rate, or a $100/bus, whichever is less

All valid National Park Passes are accepted
The entrance fee is on a seasonal schedule based on services offered. From Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day the park offers a full schedule of daily programs, including Living History, Ranger Talks, and Audio-Visual programs and charges $4 per person with a $10 maximum per private passenger vehicle. There is no charge for ages 15 and younger. During the off season only Audio-Visual programs, McLean House Tours, and self guided walks are available. Fees during the off season are: $3 per person with a $5 maximum per private passenger vehicle.

The Interagency Passes (National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Program) are honored. This includes the Annual ($80), Senior ($10), Access, Volunteer, and park specific (Appomattox Court House NHP) annual pass ($15). Vehicles are restricted to the parking area and paved roads. Pets must be on a leash. Picnicking is permitted in designated areas only.

Permits/Commercial activities on Park grounds are by permit only. Permit questions should be directed to the Office of the Superintendent at: 434-352-8987 x 227 - email us

For Group Reservations and Educational Resources contact: Ranger Brandon Chamberlain: 434-352-8987 x 231 or Brandon Chamberlain

Make reservations by using the "Appomattox Group Reservation Form."

Mail may be addressed to:
Appomattox Court House NHP
Attn: Ranger Chamberlain
P.O. Box 218
Appomattox, VA 24522

Did You Know?

Field's uniform coat (left) James Field (right) ca. 1880, when he was President of the Virginia Baptist Convention *image courtesy VBHS

Major James Field, of A.P. Hill's staff, surrendered at Appomattox. Field served in the Mexican War, helped to write the 1st Constitution for the State of California and ran for Vice President of the United States in 1892. (Field's Confederate frock coat is at Appomattox Court House NHP)