• large wooden spikes jut out from a large wooden angular wall lit by sunlight. verdant grass surrounds it.

    Fort Stanwix

    National Monument New York

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  • Bridge Repair Work

    Beginning September 15, the main bridge into the fort will be closed for repairs. Visitors will be able to access the fort through the sally port entrance. An accessible ramp will be available upon request. Visit the Willett Center for assistance on-site.

Things To Know Before You Come

Vehicle Parking & Directions: Parking is available on W Dominick Street or on James Street on the Fort Stanwix National Monument side of the street. Parking is also available in the Fort Stanwix Parking Garage on James Street.
***NOTE: The Fort Stanwix Parking Garage on James Street is owned by the City of Rome and not Fort Stanwix National Monument. Large vehicles will not fit into this parking area. Fort Stanwix National Monument cannot guarantee hours or prices***
Directions can be found by clicking this highlighted link.

Bus Parking, Loading, & Unloading:
Buses should load and unload at the designated area on the east side of James Street and the north side of Erie Boulevard. Parking in these areas is permitted for 10 minutes only as it is also used for accessibility purposes. Buses may be parked in the lot of the Rome Historical Society, on E Park Street, between loading and unloading.
Maps and directions can be found by clicking this highlighted link.

Logistics: Much of the park is self-guided. However, special events and programs occur on a regular basis. Information on guided tours, program times and lengths, and locations can be found on the park website or at the visitor center information desk on the day of your visit.

Restrooms: Restrooms are located in the visitor center and inside the fort as well. All are handicapped accessible.

Park Brochures: Brochures are available for free at the visitor center. They can also be downloaded by clicking here.

Cameras: Photography, including videos, is permitted in all park buildings EXCEPT the audio/visual presentations inside the visitor center.

Tours: We welcome all groups to visit the park, however if you are not planning to self-guide or wish to have a special program (other than those you see in the park Calendar of Events) please contact the park Program Coordinator by clicking on the highlighted link or by calling 315-338-7730.

Lost and Found: Located at the visitor center information desk.

If the following resources and pages did not provide the information you seek, please E-mail a Ranger or call the park at 315-338-7730 for more information. You can check in the FAQ Section of this website.


 
 

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Did You Know?

A light blue flag with golden trim. On it stands ladies liberty and justice with a British crown beneath their feet.

The modern New York State flag was modeled after the regimental flag of the Third New York. This flag was given to these troops as a gift by Col. Peter Gansevoort for their service during the Siege of Fort Stanwix in 1777. Photo courtesy of Sons of the Revolution, Virginia Society More...