Begin your Roanoke Island Festival Park adventure in the Visitor Center, where you will find up-to-date information on daily park activities, as well as local and regional information. This is also the place to purchase admission stickers that will give you access to the park’s main venues. Admission stickers are honored for two consecutive days.
Roanoke Island Festival Park Hours of Operation
March 1- December 31,2013
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
2013 Admission Prices (good for two consecutive days)
Youth (6-17) $7
Child (5 & under) Free
Group and School Tours Group rates are available for 10 or more - advance reservations required.
Join Friends of Elizabeth II Join Friends of Elizabeth II and come as often as you like – free! Membership benefits include unlimited visits during the calendar year; free admission to many of our scheduled programs including the Summer Children’s Performance Series; a Museum Store discount and more.
Admission to the Park includes climbing aboard the Elizabeth II sailing ship; living the life of a 16th century settler in the Settlement Site; Exploring 400 years of Outer Banks history in the Roanoke Adventure Museum; Discovering the American Indian Town; viewing the Legend of Two Path film and more.
An admission sticker is not required to enjoy shopping for treasures in The Museum Store; hunting for fossils in the Fossil Pit; researching in the Outer Banks History Center; strolling through marshes and maritime forest on our boardwalks or viewing our award-winning shoreline restoration project.
Print this coupon today and plan your visit to Roanoke Island!
Driving Directions Roanoke Island is nestled between the North Carolina mainland and the Outer Banks.
For more information, call (252) 475-1500 or email FestivalParkInformation@ncdcr.gov.
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