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The Fort Necessity/National Road Interpretive and Education Center makes Fort Necessity National Battlefield a must attraction on any itinerary. Covering one hundred years of history, the center has front door drop off, convenient bus parking, a 72 seat theater, and exhibits designed for accessibility.
Groups can choose ranger led tours or self-guided visits. Entrance fees are competitive, your tour leader and bus driver are not charged.
Still have questions? Need to make a reservation? Call 724-329-8124 or e-mail your question.
The helpful National Park Service staff will help you plan the best visit for your group's needs.
Did You Know?
George Washington’s ally, Seneca chief Tanacharison-also known as The Half King, complained that Washington “was a good-natured man but had no experience.” When referring to the fort the Half King said Washington “made no Fortifications at all, but that little thing upon the Meadow.”