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Get Your National Park Passport Stamped at Minuteman Missile

The Passport program was started by Eastern National Parks Association in 1986 and was established to help visitors discover the beauty and history found in America’s national parks. Cancellation stamps can be found at national parks and monuments. These rubber-stamp ink markings record the name of the park and the date of your visit.

Where can you find passport stamps at Minuteman Missile?
The information below details our currently available stamps:

Yellow stamp with park name and a date

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Official Park Stamp
Location: The passport stamp is located in the Visitor Center lobby during normal operating hours.

Yellow stamp in the shape of a ranger badge

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Junior Ranger Stamp
Location: The junior ranger stamp is located in the Visitor Center lobby during normal operating hours.

Yellow stamp with date commemorating the 1957 launch of Sputnik
Sputnik Anniversary Stamp
Location & Special Note: This passport stamp is located in the Visitor Center lobby during normal operating hours only from October 4 through January 4 annually to mark the historic 1957-58 operation of the world's first satellite. The launch of Sputnik in the fall of 1957 directly led to the development of the Minuteman missile one year later.
A sheet of stamps featuring national parks
Minuteman Missile National Historic Site is featured in the 2018 Passport To Your National Parks® Stamp Set. Since 1986, fans of the Passport To Your National Parks program have been collecting these colorful, commemorative stamp sets to decorate their beloved park Passport books. Designed exclusively for the Passport To Your National Parks Collector’s Edition and Explorer Edition, each stamp set features photographs and educational text from 10 national park sites.
Details
It doesn't take long to get your passport book stamped, which will allow time to explore the park's exhibits and learn more about the Minuteman Missile.
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
All available passport stamps are located in the Visitor Center lobby during normal operating hours.
All available passport stamps are located in the Visitor Center lobby during normal operating hours.
Accessibility Information
The passport stamps are located inside the visitor center's fully accessible lobby. Service animals are allowed.

Last updated: April 20, 2018