Ranger-guided tours for groups larger then 10 persons are available by reservation only, and are subject to staff availability.
Requests are accepted for group tours Wednesday through Sunday between 10 am and 4 pm. Please send the request 10 business days in advance of the requested date to ensure there is staff to conduct your program. To request a ranger-guided tour for your group, fill out a Tour Request Form and submit it via email to e-mail us.
Field Trips and Education Programs
For more information about planning and reserving class field trips and on-site education programming, please visit the Plan a Field Trip page.
Special Use Permits
Can I record video at the site, how about hold wedding photo shoot? These and other activities require prior authorization via a Special Use Permit
First Amendment Activities
We encourage citizens to exercise rights guaranteed by the Constitution. However, the courts have recognized that activities associated with the exercise of these rights may be reasonably regulated to protect the public and park resources. Therefore, such First Amendment activities involving over 25 participants require special use permits and National Park Service staff may regulate the time, place, and manner in which they are conducted. Some examples are:
For more information regarding special use at General Grant National Memorial, please email the Business Management Program for the Manhattan Sites.
To apply for a permit, complete the form, and send it with a non-refundable application fee of $50 to:General Grant National Memorial
National Park Service
Attention: Business Management Program
26 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005
Please make check or money order payable to the "National Park Service". Note that this is only an application form. A permit form will be sent to you as soon as we approve your proposed activity. No Special Use Permit is valid until signed by the Superintendent or other authorized federal official. Please be advised that additional fees maybe assessed, depending upon the nature of the activity.
Last updated: March 5, 2021