HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

 
 
 

Will there be food?

 

Single All-Day Registration and Group Registration is $10 per person. Families pay a $25 flat rate for the whole family.

The admission to the morning procession is free but please still register  and let us know you're coming!


Yes! A boxed lunch is available for purchase but MUST be added to your ticket at registration. Lunch includes vegetarian and gluten-free options and will be distributed at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Registration for lunch closes two days before the event.

All those attending are encouraged to bring their own water bottles, but water will be made available throughout the afternoon. Drinks and light snacks will also be available for purchase at the Shrine.


Can Youth attend this event?

Yes! Families, young adults, and teens of all ages are invited to attend but all persons under the age of 18 must coordinate and be registered to attend with a group authorized by their local diocese to attend or with their families. Group leaders must obtain parental consent for all persons under of 18 attending this event and be in accordance with their local diocesan regulations on accompanying minors to a mixed youth and young adult event.


How do i get there?

Parking is extremely limited in and around the National Mall and all those planning to attend are strongly encouraged to make arrangements beforehand and to plan on using public transportation to reach the Lincoln Memorial. For those arriving by bus, there is a drop-off location near the Lincoln Memorial.

All those planning to attend the afternoon activities at the Shrine are responsible for their own means of getting there but a shuttle bus service will be running between the Noma-Gallaudet Metro Station and the Saint John Paul II National Shrine.


IMPORTANT: RHODE ISLAND AVE STATION AND BROOKLAND/CUA METRO STATION WILL BE CLOSED ON AUGUST 25 AND TRACK WORK DELAYS ARE EXPECTED ON THE BLUE, ORANGE AND SILVER LINES. We will be providing shuttle bus service between Noma-Gallaudet Metro Station and the Saint John Paul II National Shrine, but we strongly encourage those attending to make arrangements to travel from the National Mall to the Shrine.

See https://wmata.com/ for further details.

Can I take the metro?


Where do I park?

There is limited free parking at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine but ample free parking at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, which is only about two blocks from the Saint John Paul II National Shrine.


What should I bring?

 

 

 

Consider bringing a small backpack with hat, water bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses, etc. Dress appropriately and anticipate hot summer weather!


Does the Saturday Mass fulfill my Sunday obligation?

 

Yes! The Mass Saturday evening fulfills the Sunday obligation.


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please direct all questions and inquiries to events@jp2shrine.org and we will be happy to assist you!


Is the event accessible for participants with disabilities?

 

 

We are working on making this event as accessible as possible. Check back here for more details closer to the event.

 


What should we do in a medical emergency?

During the event if there is a medical emergency please call 911 and notify the staff or security.