• Aerial view of the George Washington Memorial Parkway in the fall

    George Washington

    Memorial Parkway DC, MD, VA

Passport to Your National Parks

Passport cancellation stamps are a fun and free way to remember all of your visits to national parks. Collect your stamps in a special book (sold at cooperating bookstores) or on park brochures, Junior Ranger books, or blank paper.

The George Washington Memorial Parkway is a passport stamp collector's treasure trove. All 32 parkway-related stamps are available at parkway headquarters on weekdays from 8 am to 4:15 pm. A selection of these stamps is also available at Arlington House, the Arlington National Cemetery Visitor Center, Clara Barton National Historic Site, Glen Echo Park, and Great Falls Park.

 
Passport to Your National Parks stamp
  • Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
  • Arlington Memorial Bridge & Memorial Avenue
  • Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
  • Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network
  • Civil War Defenses of Washington
  • Clara Barton National Historic Site
  • Clara Barton Parkway
  • Claude Moore Colonial Farm
  • Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve
  • Fort Hunt Park
  • Fort Marcy Park
  • George Washington Memorial Parkway
  • Glen Echo Park
  • Great Falls Park
  • Greater Washington National Parks
  • Jones Point Park
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove
  • Lady Bird Johnson Park
  • Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
  • Mount Vernon Trail
  • Navy-Marine Memorial
  • Netherlands Carillon
  • P.O. Box 1142
  • Potomac Gorge
  • Potomac Heritage Trail
  • Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
  • Theodore Roosevelt Island
  • Turkey Run Park
  • US Marine Corps War Memorial
  • Underground Railroad Freedom Network
  • Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
  • Women in Military Service for America Memorial

Did You Know?

Box Turtle

Box turtles are one of the 21 species of reptiles that call the George Washington Memorial Parkway home. You can help protect these turtles by observing them from afar and not removing them from the wild. More...