• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

Fees & Reservations

Individual Fees

An entrance fee of $5.00 per person is charged for all visitors 16 years old and older. Visitors 15 years old and under are free. Your receipt is valid for a week of visitation.

Teachers desiring an Academic Fee Waiver must submit the request one month prior to the group's anticipated visit.

We accept cash, checks, traveler's checks, and credit/debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover).

NOTE: Fort Pulaski is proposing to increase entrance fees into the park. A single park entrance fee would change from $5 to $7 for a seven day pass. The park's annual pass would increase from $10 to $30.

A 30-day public engagement period on the proposed fee increase is open today, Friday, November 14, 2014 through Wednesday, December 17, 2014. Feedback will be accepted online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/fopufees2015 or via U.S. Mail at:

Superintendent
Melissa Memory
Fort Pulaski National Monument
Attn: Proposal to Increase Fees
U.S. Highway 80 EastP.O. Box 30757
Savannah, GA 31410

 

Free-Free Days

America's Best Idea - the national parks - is even better when it's free!

In 2014, there is one remaining fee-free day:

November 11 Veterans Day

Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free dates in 2015

January 19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

February 8 Super Museum Sunday

February 14-16 Presidents Day weekend

April 18-19 National Park Week's opening weekend

August 25 National Park Service's 99th birthday

September 26 National Public Lands Day

November 11 Veterans Day

 

Group Rates

Commercial Vehicles, 1-6 passenger capacity -- $25.00

Commerical Vehicle, 7-25 passenger capacity -- $40.00

Commercial Vehicle, 26+ passenger capacity -- $100.00

At Fort Pulaski National Monument, all fee money goes toward park preservation, interpretive programs, maintenance, and numerous conservation projects. Thank you for your support!

 
Fort Pulaski cannons
Cannon on display inside Fort Pulaski.
FOPU Photo

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