There are no entrance fees at William Howard Taft National Historic Site.
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SENIOR PASS UPDATE:
** The $10 Lifetime Senior Pass is no longer available **
If you purchased the $10 Pass online before the August 28th deadline, your printed out order confirmation sheet will act as your card and will be honored in the same fashion as the actual card until you receive the plastic card in the mail.
The park sells the America the Beautiful National Parks & Federal Recreation Lands Pass at the Taft Education Center. An accompanying annual decal pass is availble to those with vehicles that are open top and unable to secure the card inside of the vehicle. Ask a ranger when you purchase your card for the decal which is free of charge. Decal is available to all pass holders and must be replaced annually.
These passes are valid for entry of up to four people in a single vehicle at all National Park Service fee sites. Additionally, the passes are also accepted at four other federal recreation agencies that have entrance fees, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation.
The pass series consists of the Annual Pass, the Senior Pass*, the Access Pass and the free Annual Pass for U.S. Military. Children under the age of 16 are admitted free at all NPS fee sites.
PLEASE NOTE: Golden Access and Golden Age Passports are no longer sold. However, these passes will continue to be honored according to the provisions of the pass.
Senior Pass Changes
On August 28th, 2017, the price of the America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass will increase for the first time since 1994. The cost will increase to $80 from $10 for a lifetime pass. Seniors (age 62 & older) can also purchase an annual Senior Pass for $20. If purchased consecutively for four years, all four cards can be exchanged for a lifetime Senior Pass. The additional revenue will be used to enhance the visitor experience in parks. Learn more about the changes, what they mean for you, and how the additional funds will be used when you visit the National Park Service's Senior Pass changes page. The infographic below explains the major changes to the pass program.
Last updated: August 29, 2017