|Individual||Adult (16 and older)||$7|
|Children (15 and younger)||Free|
|With Federal Recreational Lands Passes||Free|
|With Every Kid in a Park Pass (4th-grader & family)||Free|
|Wright Brothers Annual Pass||$30|
|Commercial Tours||Sedan (seating capacity of 1-6 passengers)||$25 + $7/person|
|Van/ Small Bus (seating capacity of 7-25 passengers)||$40|
|Motorcoach (seating capacity of 26+ passengers)||$100|
Fees & Passes
An entrance pass is required for every person to enter Wright Brothers National Memorial.
The individual entrance fee allows entry for one individual 16 years of age and over traveling in a private non-commercial vehicle, or with an organized non-profit group (e.g., service organization, scouts, church groups, etc.) for 1-7 consecutive days.
The Wright Brothers National Memorial Annual Pass (available for purchase at entrance station) allows unlimited entry to Wright Brothers National Memorial for 12 months from date of purchase. Pass admits the passholder(s) + 3 adults (16 years of age and older).
For commercial tours, passes are not applicable for commercial tour fees.
All Golden Age and Golden Access Passports will continue to be honored according to the provisions of the pass.
National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Passes
All of the various National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands passes are accepted for entrance into the park. Pass admits the passholder(s) and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas, and passholder(s) + 3 adults (16 years of age and older), at per person fee areas.
Visit the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Passes website for additional details about the various passes.
Entrance fees may be waived for educational groups visiting the park as part of their accredited curriculum. The fee waiver application and associated materials must be submitted at least four weeks prior to your visit.
Every Kid in a Park
This initiative allows every fourth-grade student and her or his family to visit over 2,000 federal lands—such as national parks, national forests, and national wildlife refuges—for free! For additional information, and to print off a paper pass, visit everykidinapark.gov.
Bring your paper pass to Wright Brothers National Memorial and you can exchange it for a more durable and wearable plastic access pass.
Last updated: August 26, 2016