Fort Monroe National Monument


Fort Monroe National Monument spans the American story through the 21st century: American Indian presence, Captain John Smith's journeys, a safe haven for freedom seekers during the Civil War, and a bastion of defense for the Chesapeake Bay. A public planning process will determine future public services and programming at this new national park with a centuries-old tradition.



(757) 722-3678



Superintendent, Fort Monroe National Monument 41 Bernard Road

Fort Monroe, VA 23651



NPS - National Park Service

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