The Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego is offering special guided walks in June and July, including tours in American Sign Language (ASL).
Members of the deaf and/or hard of hearing community can take an ASL tour given every Saturday in June and July at 10 a.m. and noon. The tours will be led by a Deaf Science Communications intern. The ASL walking tours are 45 minutes long and limited to 10 people. RSVPs are required at email@example.com.
Guided walking tours will also be available in English every Saturday in June and July from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tours are limited to 10 people, and no reservations are required. Those interested in joining a tour are asked to meet at the visitor center.
The national park has also extended its hours and will now be open until 8 p.m. on weekends. The extended hours will be available Friday through Sunday.
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Admission for the national park, which features protected tide pools, hiking trails and the iconic Old Point Loma Lighthouse, begins at $10 per individual entering by foot or by bicycle. Groups of up to four people will be capped at $20 and anyone 15 years or younger can enter the grounds for free.
Motorcyclists can pay $15 admission while anyone in a car can pay $20 to enter. That fee covers anyone inside the vehicle.
Annual passes are available for $35 and cover admission for 12 months from the date of purchase.
Free passes are available for active-duty military, veterans, people with permanent disabilities, and 4th graders. For more information about the park's fees and passes, click here.
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