Overview of entrance requirements
FreeNo entrance pass required
An entrance pass is not required to access Morristown National Historical Park.
Other National Park Service sites may require an entrance pass or fee. Depending on your trip plans, an interagency pass may save you money.
All park grounds and facilities at Morristown National Historical Park are FREE of charge.
Interagency Access Pass
Interagency Annual Military Pass
Interagency Lifetime Military Pass
Every Kid Outdoors 4th Grade Pass
Other Passes & Online Orders
Morristown National Historical Park does not offer the Annual Pass, the Senior Annual Pass, or the Senior Lifetime Pass. These passes are still available at other parks and federal facilities. For more information on where to find these passes, please visit the Places to Get Interagency Passes webpage.
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The image is a decision tree to assist people deciding which entrance pass to get. It is titled “Which Interagency Pass is Right for Me?” Text reads “America the Beautiful – The National Park and Federal Recreation Lands Pass. There are a variety of options in the interagency pass program. These passes apply to multiple agencies (see logos below) and may be obtained with appropriate ID or documentation. Funds from Pass sales help Federal agencies support high-quality experiences for visitors”
The infographic includes logos a website to “store.usgs.gov” to find more information about these passes. And includes logos of participating federal agencies, including the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It is also decorated with silhouettes of trees and a bison.
The first row of pass options includes the questions and answers:
It asks, “Are you between the ages of 16-42?” then points to an Annual pass for $80.
It asks, “Are you a federal lands volunteer that has completed 250 hours of service?” then points to a Volunteer pass for free.
Below a question asking, “Are you a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident?” there are multiple pass options:
It asks, “Are you age 62 or over?” then points to a Senior Annual pass for $20 or Senior Lifetime pass for $80.
It asks, “Are you a Gold Star Family member or veteran?” then points to a Military Lifetime pass for free.
It asks, “Do you have a medically determined permanent disability?” then points to an Access pass for free.
It asks, “Are you currently serving in the Military or a dependent?” then points to a Military Annual pass for free.
It asks, “Are you a U.S. student in the 4th grade or home-school equivalent?” then points to a 4th grade pass for free.
Last updated: May 11, 2023