• Manassas National Battlefield Park


    National Battlefield Park Virginia

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Fee Waivers

Schools, colleges, universities and other educational centers and organizations may be eligible for an education fee waiver for the park entrance fees. To learn if your group is eligible, please contact the park Visitors Center for more information (703)361-1339.

To request a fee waiver:

All requests for fee waivers must be submitted in writing and should be received by the park at least 2 weeks prior to your visit. Please prepare your request on official school or organizational letterhead and fax the letter with appropriate signatures to the park.

Your letter should include:

  • a clear statement that you are requesting an "educational fee waiver"
  • the date and time of your visit
  • the approximate number of adults and students in your group
  • explain how your visit supports your school's curriculum goals or educational purpose
  • explain how park resources or facilities are relevant to the stated educational purpose
  • be sure to include contact information, email and fax number

Send your request to:
Manassas National Battlefield Park
"Attn: Fee Waiver Request"
Fax # (703) 361-7106

Once your request is received, a fee waiver confirmation letter will be returned to you either by mail or fax. You are required to bring a copy of your fee waiver with you when you visit the park. Please present your copy to the staff at the Visitors Center front desk upon check-in. You should keep a copy of your fee waiver with you while in the park in case you are asked to present it as a form of identification. A copy of your fee waiver is maintained in a log book at the Visitors Center front desk for referrral.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Confederate troops destroyed the Stone Bridge over Bull Run in March 1862 before falling back to a more defensible position fifty miles to the south near Fredericksburg. The current structure was completed in the 1880s, on the site of the war-time bridge.