Group Arrangements

Group Arrangements

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If you are planning to bring a group to visit Fort McHenry, please read the information in all 4 sections below.

Pre-payments for group reservations can be done through recreation.gov by selecting a single 7-Day Entry Pass and adding total number of adults and children. Academic fee waivers can only be turned in by the academic institution that is visiting the site.

If you represent a commercial tour business and are coordinating directly with the park to facilitate the visit, you cannot turn in the Academic Fee Waiver on their behalf. Instead, you must have a Commercial Use Authorization on file at the park prior to your arrival. Please see the Permits and Commercial Use Authorization page for more information.

Sections

 
A park ranger answering visitor questions in the visitor center.

Planning Your Visit

Link to information to help groups leaders and chaperones create a good experience for their group.

A park ranger giving a talk in the WWI room at Fort McHenry.

School Groups and Field Trips

This is information tailored to school groups regarding fees and chaperone/student ratio.

A living history volunteer giving a demonstration under a tent.

Entrance Fees and Waivers

Information on the fee charged at the fort and the academic fee waiver.

Living History marching to a bus in the parking lot at Fort McHenry.

When You Arrive

Information regarding what you can and should do when you arrive at Fort McHenry.

Last updated: May 8, 2021

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2400 East Fort Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230

Phone:

(410) 962-4290 x250

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