• Currier & Ives lithograph depicting the bombardment of Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter

    National Monument South Carolina

Brochures

The official park brochures for Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie are not available for download, but you can download text versions in PDF format by clicking on the brochure of your choice below.

If you would like to receive a park brochure by mail, please contact us. Make sure to tell us which brochure(s) you want. Quantities are limited due to the cost of printing these high-quality color brochures.

 
 
 
 

Rack Cards

If you operate a welcome center, hotel or other area attraction and want to provide the Fort Sumter or Fort Moultrie rack cards to your visitors, please let us know:

For the Fort Sumter rack card, contact Fort Sumter Tours, Inc.

For the Fort Moultrie rack card, contact the park.

Did You Know?

The 33-star United States flag flown atop Fort Sumter during the opening bombardment of the Civil War in 1861, on exhibit at Fort Sumter

The first human death of the Civil War occurred on April 14, 1861, the day after the battle of Fort Sumter ended. Private Daniel Hough died when the cannon he was loading (for the Union's 100-gun salute to the U.S. flag) discharged prematurely. Fort Sumter National Monument, SC