$15.00-Adult (16 years of age and older)
Free-Children (15 years of age and under)
Are you in fourth grade? Is there a fourth grader in your family? You can visit for free!
The following park passes (sold at the Muir Woods Visitor Center!) allow pass holders and up to three other adults to enter Muir Woods free of charge:
Muir Woods Annual Pass $45.00 This pass is good for 12 months. It admits the pass holder and three persons (16 and older) to Muir Woods National Monument in Mill Valley.
America the Beautiful - The National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass admits pass holders and up to three other adults to Muir Woods and all National Parks/Federal Recreation Lands that charge an entrance fee. There are several different versions of this pass:
America's Best Idea—the national parks—is even better when it's free!
All national parks will waive the entrance fee on the following dates in 2019. Please note the parking reservation or shuttle reservation fee is still required on these dates.
The five entrance fee-free days for 2019 will be:
Muir Woods National Monument Fee Increase Effective January 1
In April 2018, the National Park Service (NPS) announced that Muir Woods National Monument would be one of the 115 fee-charging national parks to modestly increase entrance fees. Effective January 1, 2019, the entrance fees to the park will be $15 per person (an increase from $10) and an annual park pass will cost $45. These changes come in response to public comments on a fee proposal released in October 2017.
National parks have experienced record breaking visitation, with more than 1.5 billion visitors in the last five years. Throughout the country, the combination of an aging infrastructure and increased visitation have put a strain on park roads, bridges, campgrounds, waterlines, bathrooms, and other visitor services. The increased entrance fees will raise additional revenue to address the $11.6 billion in maintenance backlog across the system of 418 parks, historic and cultural sites, and monuments.
Last updated: January 3, 2019