SHARE YOUR STORY
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The 400th anniversary of the first Africans to arrive in English North America. More >
RUN WITH US TOWARD FREEDOM!
Friday, June 19 – Saturday, July 4
Freedom 5K and the 1.3 mile Rampart Run
Join us on Friday, June 19 through Saturday, July 4 for our first ever Fort Monroe Virtual Run!
Choose between the Freedom 5K and the 1.3 mile Rampart Run to reflect upon what freedom means to you. Because the race will be run virtually, it is not required to run at Fort Monroe or during a certain time of day. There will be a place to virtually log your time when you finish your run. We encourage you to use #FortMonroeFreedom5k or #FortMonroeRampartRun to share your thoughts and pictures about what freedom means to you!SIGN UP TODAY!
Fort Monroe Visitor and Education Center
The Visitor Center will provide visitors with a point of arrival and orientation to the significant historical and recreational amenities of Fort Monroe. Through the adaptive reuse of an original Beaux Arts Style building, which was first built as a Library in 1909 by the Coast Artillery Schools, the Visitor Center will complement the existing Casemate Museum.
With visitor amenities, galleries, a gift shop, information desk, archives and multi-purpose space it will also feature exhibits that include the First Arrival story and the Contraband Camp at Fort Monroe, which housed escaped slaves through the period of the Civil War. The Fort Monroe Visitor and Education Center will open in 2020.LEARN MORE
HOST A CELEBRATION TO REMEMBER
at The Commanding General’s Residence & Garden
Special occasions call for gracious entertaining, and the perfect venue for your event is the historic Commanding General’s Residence & Garden at Fort Monroe.
Built in the early 20th century in the Classic Revival style, this stunning brick home, along with its spectacular garden, provides the perfect backdrop for special memories.RESERVE ONLINE NOW!