Plan Your Visit

Hours: The park grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset.
The Museum and Monument are open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Monument will remain closed for the remainder of 2020. The Monument House Museum is also now closed for the 2020 season.

No Fees

Parking: Free and ample parking is available on side streets adjacent to the fort.

Directions: I-95 North and Southbound to Exit 87, Clarence B. Sharp Highway.
(Southbound is a left exit). Turn right at first traffic light onto Meridian Street. Turn left at light onto Mitchell Street. Take second right onto Park Avenue. The park is one block straight ahead.

Attractions:

  • Revolutionary War Fort and Battlefield
  • Groton Monument
  • Monument House Museum
  • Ebenezer Avery House

Facilities:

  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Tables

now closed for the 2020 season.

Cell Phone Tour

Visitors to  Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park can now enjoy a  six stop recorded tour on their cell phones. Simply dial (860) 424-4005 from any location with cell phone coverage.   Signs have been posted within the park with details of how to listen to the tour. These signs orient visitors and describe what they can see from the various locations.  In addition to describing landmark details, the recording offers plenty of rich historical details. After listening to the recording from one stop, proceed to the next stop, and redial the number.

For those of you familiar with the park, you may also dial the number from any phone, and follow along with this PDF document, which provides a variety of photographs and a map of the tour stops. At the conclusion of the first recording, simply press the next number (0-5), and the recording will advance to the next stop without redialing.

We hope you’ll give the recording a listen.

Map

Map of Fort Griswold Battlefield
Take our cell phone tour