Passport to Your National Parks Cancellation-Stamp for the Green Springs National Historic Landmark District
In the Green Springs National Historic Landmark District, the National Park Service holds and manages conservation easements over a number of privately owned properties but does not itself own or operate a visitor center or other public facilities.
However, there is a Passport to Your National Parks cancellation-stamp for the Green Springs National Historic Landmark District—part of the official system of such stamps offered by Eastern National, a not-for-profit cooperating association that supports through managing bookstores and other endeavors the interpretive, educational, and scientific programs and services of the National Park Service and other public trust partners.
The Green Springs stamp is available on request in Fredericksburg, Virginia: at Eastern National’s bookstore on the grounds of the National Park Service’s Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center. Just ask for the stamp at the bookstore desk, and you can stamp/cancel your passport book at the stamping station in the bookstore.
Eastern National’s Fredericksburg Battlefield Bookstore is a brick building separate from but just behind the National Park Service’s Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center, and fronting on the visitor center’s rear (main) parking lot. Bookstore address: 1011 Lafayette Blvd. Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401. Bookstore webpage: https://www.nps.gov/frsp/learn/bookstore.htm